[ubuntu] pc boots to proprietary software desktop

[ubuntu] pc boots to proprietary software desktop

Hello all,

Super newby here… The company I work for is using ubuntu now as their operating system on our proprietary equipment. We use small Giada computers to run our programs. My question is: is there a way to break out of our proprietary program and get to the ubuntu command line or user interface? Im trying to learn more about this system as it seems we are going with it in the future.

Many thanks for any input,


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