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I used the pin stacking header (tall) from the Adafruit page to connect it.
LXDE is not the default desktop in the Ubuntu distribution of hardkernel. Normally it boots into lUbuntu which doesn’t let you completely undecorate the windows. When using the HDMI connection instead of the touch display you may need to change settings on the console via SSH to switch the display: open this file and uncomment every line with a „#“.
After this the desktop will appear on HDMI in full resolution. You may still control the mouse with the touchdisplay 😉
If you do not use the display at all you should remove the modules spicc and fbtft_device from /etc/modules