How to install Snapd and Snap Store on fedora

  • Post last modified:April 21, 2020
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Snappy is a package management system for snap packages and the tool that manages installed snaps called snapd. It is written by Go and c and developed by Canonical. Snap packages are update automatically, cross-platform and dependency free. Currently it supports more than 20 Linux distributions like Arch Linux, CentOS, Debian, elementary OS, Fedora, Kali Linux, Linux Mint, Manjaro Linux, Pop!_OS, Raspbian, RHEL, Solus and Zorin OS. Snap Store is a graphical user interface of snap based desktop application. Using this you can discover, install and manage snap application on your system.

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How to solve error: snap “packagename” has “install-snap” change in progress error

  • Post last modified:January 7, 2020
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Some times when you try to install the snap packages via your terminal app, you will get error: snap “packagename” has “install-snap” change in progress error. This is because of the incomplete or broken snap installation. This will happen during the installation of snap app, you stop the installation process accidentally or closed by system freeze or any other reason.

For example if you try to install the talesofmajeyal snap package and you close your terminal window accidentally. And after some time again you try to install it then you will get

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How to create a list of installed packages in ubuntu

  • Post last modified:January 24, 2021
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In Ubuntu you can create a list of installed packages very easily. There are lots of methods available. We will see one by one in this tutorial. This is helpful in some situations where you want to track or uninstall unwanted packages or need to install the same packages on another machine or need to install same after your system re-install.

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