#!/bin/bash -e # common/ubuntu/xrdp-reinstall.sh apt-get -q -y remove xrdp apt-get -q -y update apt-get -q -y clean apt-get -q -y purge xrdp apt-get -q -y install xrdpAfter you have done so the Ubuntu Desktop will then be available via RDP so you can use any RDC to connect to it on default port 8309. You must login with an existing linux user so make sure the user you are trying to connect with is in /etc/passwd
I have found a very good performance after setting the desktop background to a simple color. Also restarting the desktop is recommended to make sure after a fresh reboot RDP will be available.
You can configure the port and a lot of other settings from ini files in /etc/xrdp/