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Ubuntu is an ancient african word, meaning "I can't configure Debian".1

The following is tested and used on Ubunutu 22.04.

Config System

Update and clean up:

sudo apt update && sudo apt -y upgrade && sudo apt -y autoremove && sudo apt -y autoclean

Add/Remove User

adduser <user> # Add user
gpasswd -a <user> <group> # Add user to group
groups <user> # Show groups the user is added to
gpasswd -d <user> <group> # Remove user from group

passwd -l <user> # Lock the  User account
killall -9 -u <user> # Kill all running processes of the User
crontab -r -u <user> # Delete the user's cron jobs
lprm <user> # Delete printer jobs run
userdel -r <user> # Delete/ remove user account and files

Keyboard layout

dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration
service keyboard-setup restart

New password


Mount WebDAV share

I am using an filerun server on which I enabled ount WebDAV share.

Install davfs2 and mount the drive e.g. to /mnt/dav/

sudo apt-get install davfs2
sudo mount -t davfs -o noexec /mnt/dav/

Use umount to unmount the WebDAV share:

sudo umount /mnt/dav

Alternativly use fstab to make this process more convenient:

Run this command and make sure to allow unprivileged users to mount WebDAV resources:

sudo dpkg-reconfigure davfs2

Addtionally, make sure your user is member of the davfs2 group

sudo usermod -a -G davfs2 fab1

Edit /etc/fstab and add a line, for example for /mnt/dav davfs _netdev,noauto,user,uid=fab1,gid=fab1 0 0

Edit /etc/davfs2/secrets and add username and password:

/mnt/dav fab1 password

Run this command to mount the WebDAV share to /mnt/dav

sudo mount /mnt/dav

Create the boot script

Example script that install updates to ubuntu automatically

The script "":

sudo apt update && apt -y full-upgrade && apt -y autoremove
exit 0

Move "" to init.d

mv /etc/init.d/

Add script to boot sequente

update-rc.d start 2

Install stuff

Download latest deb release and install it

sudo apt-get install ./name.deb