Issues generating snap

Gareth France gareth.france at
Wed Jan 4 06:41:26 UTC 2017

On 04/01/17 06:39, Nathan Haines wrote:
> On 01/03/2017 09:33 PM, Gareth France wrote:
>> second it is not clear how you are
>> naming your container (the command to create it simply refers to it as
>> yakkety but the responses to that command state creating and starting
>> flying-snake).
> When you create a container, you specify the image to use as the 
> template and then the container name.  If you do not specify a 
> container name, a random name will be used instead.
> So, to create a container based on Ubuntu 16.10 named foobar, you 
> would run:
> $ lxc launch ubuntu:yakkety foobar
> The file to be edited is /etc/sudoers, and can be edited using your 
> favorite text editor.  Just start the command with:
> $ lxc exec foobar -- sudo
> and finish the line with your favorite editor plus the path /etc/sudoers.
> This and more is explained in the link provided in the tutorial:
Thank you. There were some issues with the guide created but I have 
resolved them now. However my completed snap does not work. After 
installing running the command results in:

/usr/bin/env: 'python': No such file or directory

Any ideas?

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