is there an Avahi (mDNS) service snap?
gmgross at shoreham.net
Wed Nov 30 03:15:22 UTC 2016
thank you for the replies, I've been mulling them over...
I've decided to try migrating a subset of the avahi "C" source code onto
the snap platform. While this approach may be more time consuming, I
expect it to be instructive and I'll discover the pluses/minuses of
snaps along the way. For now, I didn't want to tackle learning the "go"
language mDNS code...
I do like the snap security model, so I'm thinking this will be a
worthwhile investment of my time. stay tuned, will let you know how the
project works out...
On Tue, 2016-11-29 at 17:29 +0100, Loïc Minier wrote:
> I suggest you look at the short mDNS implementation used by snapweb;
> it relies on a Go module called github.com/presotto/go-mdns-sd:
> - Loïc Minier
> PS: I've sent the same reply to your ask.u.c post :-)
> On Tue, Nov 29, 2016 at 4:42 PM, George Gross <gmgross at shoreham.net>
> I'm a Ubuntu Snap newbie, so if there is a readily available
> reliable web database stating which Debian packages have been
> into snaps, please direct me to that web link, as that would
> help me a
> lot to get oriented.
> My question on the subject line is similar to this one found
> askubuntu.com. The pending question is here:
> I'm trying to get the avahi-daemon and its related command
> line commands
> running on a Ubuntu snappy core, on a RPi3 platform.
> Q: is this something that needs to be built from source for
> armv7 target
> and then repackaged from .deb into snap?
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