Remove instructions about builing under Windows Subsystem for Linux

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1. [**General Instructions**](#general-instructions)
1. [**Debian or Ubuntu**](#debian-or-ubuntu)
1. [**Windows**](#windows)
1. [**Windows Subsystem for Linux**](#windows-subsystem-for-linux)
1. [**macOS**](#macos)
## General Instructions
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**Note:** Compiling the MEX files for Octave and the documentation under MSYS2 is
currently not supported.
## Windows Subsystem for Linux
Dynare can also be compiled from source for the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). The WSL offers Windows 10 Anniversary Update users easy access to a Linux environment. To install the WSL, see
To install most of the build dependencies, make sure that the local `rootfs/etc/apt/sources.list` contains
deb-src trusty main restricted universe multiverse
deb-src trusty-updates main restricted universe multiverse
deb-src trusty-security main restricted universe multiverse
in addition to the regular ```deb``` entries.
NB: you cannot edit this file from Windows as this will make the file unreadable for the WSL (rendering WSL unable to detect any package). Therefore, use any Linux editor of your choice.
After that, run
apt update
apt-get build-dep dynare
If you are building the unstable version, you might also need to install other packages required, e.g
```apt-get install texlive-fonts-extra```
NB: it might be necessary to preface your calls by ```sudo``` in case you do not have root access with the current user
After this, prepare the source and configure the build tree as described for Linux above.
## macOS
To simply use a snapshot of Dynare, you have two choices. On MATLAB, you can
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