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Comments for system:snappy (12)

Zygmunt Krynicki zyga wrote about 1 year ago

Dear users, after installing the package you need to add /snap/bin to PATH and start the snapd.socket (systemctl enable --now snapd.socket)

Zygmunt Krynicki zyga wrote about 1 year ago

Now the PATH is automatically changed (just log out).

Ismail Donmez namtrac wrote 4 months ago

@zyga can you please update to 2.30 release?

Zygmunt Krynicki zyga wrote 21 days ago

It took forever but thanks to community contributions the package is now up-to-date. We will jump to 2.32 once it is marked as stable.

Matthias Eliasson elimat wrote 4 months ago

@zyga I would also like to see snapd updated to 2.30 so I could test the Solus-gaming-runtime with LSI and steam on openSUSE, thanks

Zygmunt Krynicki zyga wrote 21 days ago

We are at 2.31.2 now, have a try!

Zoltán Keresztes kerozoli wrote 15 days ago

Thanks :) Could you please add Leap 15.0 to the build?

Zygmunt Krynicki zyga wrote 4 days ago

There's a Leap 15 build now. Please try the latest package and give updates on forum.snapcraft.io

Matthias Eliasson elimat wrote about 2 months ago

@zyga can the snapd package please be updated?

Zygmunt Krynicki zyga wrote 4 days ago

The package is now fully up-to-date. Please report any issues on forum.snapcraft.io

Zoltán Keresztes kerozoli wrote 4 days ago

Thanks for the update @zyga. I started to test snap under suse 15.0 but I ran into this issue https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/snapd/+bug/1575053 and it's much worse if my home folders are localized (Snap pollutes my home dir with 6-7 empty english folder like Downloads,Documents...)

Zygmunt Krynicki zyga wrote 4 days ago

Thank you for reporting the problem. The issue is being investigated by other members of the snappy team.