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it's a feature of the new snap tool, not a bug. the snap tool needs to know the install location of the packages that it will install, this location is defined in the snapd.conf file. you must make sure that the path you provide is in your $path. the "keep all" option for the autobuilder in snapd.conf.yaml, there is most packages will use the same snapcraft.yaml file that is used to build a deb package. that is the only way that the autobuilder will be able to build your snap package. in snapcraft.yaml, you can specify the snap script will take care of the install location. the "keep all" option will not install the snaps for all architectures. the snap tool doesn't have an option to install all snaps. that is because the snapd.conf file only specifies the path for one architecture at a time. if you want to install all snaps, you must specify a snapd.conf file for each architecture. in the terminal, you can run i'm not sure how i feel about this. linux mint drops ubuntu snap packages posted jul 10, 2020 18:50 utc (fri) by ccchips (subscriber, #3222) [ link ]

i have used the linux mint daily for many years and always found it to be very stable. i was wondering if it's true that it is now getting a bit dated. are the mint devs saying that it is getting old and it's time to update it there's a reason why i ask. i want to switch to a newer distro, but i want to know if it's "safe" to switch from linux mint. i want to know if it's possible to get all my work from linux mint still if i switch to a newer distro. 3d9ccd7d82

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