Info page about the laptop: https://it.cs.helsinki.fi/fi/fuksilaitteet/
The laptops are distributed according to you status page at https://study.cs.helsinki.fi/fuksilaite/
There is a Telegram channel for discussion about the latops: https://t.me/tkt_fuksilappari
You can have them, but first consider that you don't need sudo rights for nodejs, npm, python, ruby, R, compiling programs and libraries or Java installation. If you Google and find web pages which tell you otherwise, they are likely wrong. If something useful is missing from Cubbli please contact Helpdesk or the Telegram channel and it is likely to get installed by default. If you are a CS department student you are free to replace the Cubbli Linux installation with your own. However all the University system and software integration (and future updates) will be missing then.
Administrator (sudo) rights in Cubbli Linux
Using a keyring (also how to change the login password)
On the laptop a local account is created at the first login. After you change your university AD account password, the local password is not changed. 'Passwords and keys' is how to change the local password.
Connecting Apple Airpods
Open terminal (Windows-key and type Terminal or ctrl+alt+t)
sudo nano /etc/bluetooth/main.conf #ControllerMode = dual TO ControllerMode = bredr # Save and exit (ctrl+x and y and Enter) Then restart bluetooth $ sudo /etc/init.d/bluetooth restart
The laptop model is Lenovo Thinkpad T14 gen 2. It has 16 GB of RAM, Intel Core i5-1135G7, single 50 Wh battery and 512 GB storage (NVMe SSD). The display resolution is 1920x1080. It has two regular USB-ports, two combined USB-C + Thunderbolt 4 port. One of the USB-C ports is needed for power supply. It also has a port for wired network (1Gbit/s), HDMI, MicroSD card and 3.5mm audio.