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I don't know of a way to do what you ask. For one thing, anything that can be done can be undone regardless of the Operating System. School Districts filter at their Routers/Gateways. As it happens
From your question I gather you're trying to create a "myUbuntu" CD or USB that looks and runs as does Ubuntu, and includes installing it to a hard drive. Isn't this answered on the ubuntuforums.org website
Run this from a command-line prompt:
# dmesgimmediately after plugging in the USB connector. This will tell you if plugging it in was even noticed and what events were triggered.
An ssh key and passphrase should care of the ssh password issue if I understood the problem correctly. Deleting a file might require checking for its existence and executing code based on the check
Not sure what the bash script has to do with the one executed, that has a php script in it. ssh *is* on 22 by default. I can't tell from the notes if the reason for the ssh timeout is the port number