Manual update of snap/snapd and core/ubuntu-core
jenny.murphy at episensor.com
Mon Jan 9 10:28:32 UTC 2017
My query is related to a few of the recent discussions regarding versions,
releases and updates/
I currently have a Snappy Ubuntu system as follows :
snap --version gives the following result :
more /etc/lsb-release yeilds :
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu Core 16
And finally snap list yields :
core 16.04.1 641 canonical --
I don't see to be getting any automatic updates which I don't mind about
as long as I could manually update.
So just a few questions :
1. How can I update snap and snapd
2. Is snap the front end to snapd ? Do they get updated together?
3. Can I update snapd and not update ubuntu-core and core.
4. Should ubuntu-core and core be updated together also? From the previous
reply on this topic, it seems core is the framework and ubuntu-core is the
filesystem or is it vice versa?
I know there are a lot of questions here but it is just a little bit
unclear to me at the moment. Maybe there are also some other users in the
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