DedSecquick question, how can i get an yaml file to curl and add an apt key for an program, reason i ask is iam trying to setup an snap for plex00:07
jdstrandnoise][: well, it doesn't strictly have to be us. honestly, I'd lke to get more reviewers. I know that is something you ratliff and JamieBennett are discussing so I won't rehash00:37
jdstrandnoise][: especially on classic confinement. the rules are almost all in place such that I/we don't need to be the only ones doing them00:39
jdstrandkirkland: done. approved but you'll need to release it00:40
* jdstrand wanders off00:40
andrew-iiIs a snap meant to be usable immediately after install? After `sudo snap install conjure-up --classic` `conjure-up` errors with `The program 'conjure-up' is currently not installed. <apt message>`00:58
andrew-ii(Ubuntu Server 16.04, all packages up-to-date)00:59
naccstokachu: --^01:06
naccandrew-ii: if i had to guess, c-n-f is not snap-aware, but i'm not sure. I'm not sure what the executable from the conjure-up snap is called01:07
andrew-iiAh. The executable is supposed to be `conjure-up`, but ... that resulted in apt complaining that I hadn't installed it01:08
naccandrew-ii: hrm, i just did a snap install of conjure-up and conjure-up is now in my PATH01:09
andrew-iiI wasn't sure if there was supposed to be some way to switch or make apt aware or something01:09
naccandrew-ii: from /snap/bin/conjure-up01:09
naccandrew-ii: is /snap/bin/ in your path?01:09
andrew-iiHmmm. Certainly seems like it wasn't added to PATH for me. Wonder if I missed somehting01:09
naccandrew-ii: ubuntu?01:09
andrew-iiTurns out /snap/bin is not in PATH01:10
andrew-iiShould I add it, or should snap have taken care of that?01:10
naccandrew-ii: on ubuntu, snapd adds it via /etc/profile.d/apps-bin-path.sh iirc01:12
andrew-iiHmm. Whelp, that's there.01:12
andrew-iiLemme reboot and see if there was just something confounded on load.01:13
andrew-iiI wonder if it's because I use fish instead of bash01:19
naccandrew-ii: it's possible, /etc/profile is only used by bash (and dash?)01:21
naccandrew-ii: you'd have to tell fish to source the profile files as appropriate01:21
andrew-iiSure feels like it.01:21
andrew-iiLesse if that clears it all up01:21
andrew-ii*Yep, excellent. It's attempting to do some silly bootstrappery now. Thanks for your patience with an unrelated noob question!01:24
naccandrew-ii: np, glad that worked!01:25
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mupPR snapcraft#1089 opened: options: add armv8l to list of translations <Created by sergiusens> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/1089>03:16
mupPR snapcraft#1090 opened: core: classic with no exported variables <Created by sergiusens> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/1090>03:52
mupPR snapcraft#1089 closed: options: add armv8l to list of translations <Created by sergiusens> <Merged by sergiusens> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/1089>05:46
stokachusergiusens, will snapd 2.22 still require snap login to run without sudo?06:52
stokachusergiusens, and can i now put snapcraft.yaml and setup/gui inside /snap directory?06:54
stokachuusing git master of course06:54
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htcoderhi can i run a isolated linux in ubuntu ?09:57
stokachunacc, thanks for helping that person out yesterday15:12
kirklandokay, so I've published "hollywood", but I still can't "snap find hollywood"15:28
BalazsLHello! I have a problem with snap. Every time when i trying to install any kind of snap it tries to download the core, but install failed with this error: error: cannot perform the following tasks: - Mount snap "core" (888) ([start snap-core-888.mount] failed with exit status 1: Job for snap-core-888.mount failed.16:19
BalazsLany idea?16:19
BoomanHey anyone know if there is support for snappy in centos 6 yet?18:54
kyrofakirkland, did you actually release it to a channel?21:09
kyrofakirkland, snap find only searches stable21:09

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