enhancement update in Fedora 28 for snapd and snapd-glib

Status: stable 10 months ago

Release snapd-2.36 to Fedora.

Some highlighted new features:

  • Warnings pipeline infrastructure
  • Go into socket activtion mode no snaps are installed
  • Much improved snap help output
  • Support core config proxy on classic
  • Support rate-limit of background refreshes via core.refresh.rate-limit core config option
  • Honor core config proxy.http{,s} settings on classic as well
  • Warn when prerequisites to run snapd (like minimal kernel version) are not met

Update to snapd-glib-1.44 in Fedora:

  • Reconnect to snapd if disconnected while trying to send the request
  • Handle short writes to snapd

Comments 9

This update has been submitted for testing by ngompa.

ngompa edited this update.

New build(s):

  • snapd-glib-1.44-1.fc28

Karma has been reset.

This update has been pushed to testing.

Works, and fixes an issue with the current version (2.35-1.fc28) where xdg-open wouldn't work in a core18-based snap (chromium snap in the candidate channel): "/usr/bin/xdg-open: 2: exec: snapctl: not found".

Tried it out and seems to run properly.

karma: +1 #1456847: +1

This update has been submitted for batched by bodhi.

This update has been submitted for stable by ngompa.

This update has been pushed to stable.

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submitted 10 months ago
in testing 10 months ago
in stable 10 months ago
modified 10 months ago

Related Bugs 3

0+1 #1456847 snap.1.gz symlink conflicts with snapd's snap.1.gz
00 #1624642 [abrt] snapd: runtime.raise(): snapd killed by SIGABRT
00 #1645877 snapd.failure.service tries to call a nonexistent binary

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