Xrdp is a free and open-source alternative to the Microsoft RDP server that allows non-Windows operating systems. It delivers an entirely operational RDP-well-matched remote desktop experience. RDP will enable you to log into a remote machine and create actual desktop sessions in the same way you would on a local device. Xrdp integrates parts of the RDP and X Windows systems to transmit the visuals and controls between client and system. This article will cover how to set up a remote desktop experience using Xrdp on Ubuntu Linux. In the Ubuntu Software Center, you may choose between a range of desktop environments. Gnome is the default environment for the recent Ubuntu versions. But if you’d like to install a desktop environment, this part of the article is exactly for you.