Category: Ubuntu on a stick

A series of blog posts about running Ubuntu from a USB flash drive

Disable autologin in Ubuntu

After installing Ubuntu on a stick the system will let you in without asking for a password. What happens is that the display manager LightDM will auto-login the built-in ubuntu user. While for many people it may seems convenient and

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OpenVPN client in Ubuntu

I wanted to connect to an OpenVPN server from my Ubuntu on a stick. There are different clients but the one I liked was the Linux Network-Manager GUI for OpenVPN. To install it you need to enable the Universe repository

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Bluetooth headset in Ubuntu

After I installed Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS I found that the Bluetooth drivers and utilities were already installed. I paired my Bluetooth headset Jabra BT620s without any problems. Unfortunately I could not make it to be the default device for playback

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Ubuntu on a stick – Installation

This is the first in a series of blog posts that talk about running Ubuntu from a USB flash drive. Ubuntu (/u:’bu:ntu:/ oo-BOON-too) is a Debian-based Linux operating system. For more information about the operating system itself, please check Ubuntu

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