Signing snaps with your own keys on your own local store.
nitin.mahendru88 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 19 17:09:44 UTC 2017
Thank you for such a quick reply. I'll wait for the release of the store
code from you guys.
Meanwhile I will try to see if I can modify the public one for my needs.
On Thu, Jan 19, 2017 at 8:11 AM Mark Shuttleworth <mark at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> I would suggest you start with classic (deb-based) Ubuntu and make
> 'classic' snaps. When those are working well you can start devmode
> development to add the confinement, which gives you fully confined
> ('strict') snaps. At that point, you can use Ubuntu Core.
> On the store, there are various folks taking different approaches, you
> might want to just use the public one for now (you can have private snaps
> in there). We'll make it easier to install your own store soon.
> On 19/01/17 07:48, nitin mahendru wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I am new to the world of snaps and am pretty excited to learn more about
> I am trying to run ubuntu core on a Raspberry pi and I want to securely
> update snaps which run on it.
> What I want to do is:
> 1. Build my own snap
> 2. upload it to my own instance of a snap store where while uploading it
> can be signed using a keypair that I provide.
> 3. Run snap install on my raspberry Pi to install the snap I uploaded into
> my store. This should involve signature verification with my own public key.
> I can't seem to find the source code for a snap store. I found this
> Then I also found this implementation https://github.com/noise/snapstore
> but that doesn't seem to serve my purpose.
> Do you guys know of a propper implementation for the snapstore ? I am
> trying to get past point 2 above.
> Thanks in advance.
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