--Use user "ubuntu" --The VPN method is assumed to be OpenVPN. --Automatic connection to OpenVPN mackerel --This time, the authentication method is user name + password (using the VPN function built into the router) --At this time, you do not have to manually enter the user name and password. --Do not ask for the connection destination address, user name, and password when connecting remmina
--Extract filesystem.squashfs to a suitable location. Hereinafter referred to as ROOTFS / --For the time being, I will not touch on how to expand, edit, and remaster squashfs here. --This time, I modified the script of Distroshare Ubuntu Imager to copy "different parts for each user" from another directory to ROOTFS / and delete it from ROOTFS / after ISO image conversion. --Rewrite the script from 1 --Create ROOTFS / --Copy personal settings in ROOTFS /, compress them into squashfs and convert them to ISO → Delete personal settings (only here requires scripts for the number of users) --Cleanup -I think it's better to divide it into places.
--Copy the certificate file (~ / .cert / nm-openvpn / *. Pem) to a suitable location. I made it under ROOTFS / etc / NetworkManager / cert / nm-openvpn / --Copy and edit the NetworkManager connection settings file.
$ sudo cp / etc / NetworkManager / system-connections / * VPN connection configuration file *
ROOTFS / etc / NetworkManager / system-connections / * VPN connection configuration file * $ sudo nano ROOTFS / etc / NetworkManager / system-connections / * VPN connection configuration file *
Add / edit the following line
[vpn] section ca = * New CA certificate * # / etc / NetworkManager / cert / nm-openvpn / * New ca.pem * ta = * new static key * # / etc / NetworkManager / cert / nm-openvpn / * new tls-auth.pem * username = * Username used for vpn connection *
[vpn-secrets] section password = * password for vpn connection *
--VPN user name and password are saved in clear text.
in the [connection] section does not work, make sure that nmcli connection up <VPN_UUID> `is executed in some way when logging in to the desktop environment.
--Create an appropriate .desktop file under ROOTFS / etc / skel / .config / autostart /
--Create user "ubuntu" on the work environment for the time being --Set up remmina connection on user'ubuntu " --Copy /home/ubuntu/.local/share/keyrings and /home/ubuntu/.local/share/remmina under ROOTFS / etc / skel / .local / share / ――I want to know if there is a better way around keyrings