Managing base and other snappy apps
Eystein Måløy Stenberg
eystein.stenberg at gmail.com
Tue Jul 28 19:51:07 UTC 2015
Thanks for the answers everyone!
I will play a bit more given your input.
webdm seems similar to what I had in mind, is the source code for it
I'm in particular curious about the required security policies (I see it's
a framework, not an app) and interaction with the snappy CLI manager (if
that what it's using).
On Tue, Jul 28, 2015 at 9:54 AM, Charles Butler <chuck at dasroot.net> wrote:
> As a side note the webdm snap exists as a front end to snaps for snappy
> and managing them.
> It's a great resource for you to model after for your own front end. Hope
> this helps, I'm pretty fresh on my voyage with snappy my self.
> If you need additional help I know the fine people in #snappy on freenode
> are a great complimentary companion to this mailing list.
> All the best,
> On Jul 23, 2015 10:21 PM, "Eystein Måløy Stenberg" <
> eystein.stenberg at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am new to Snappy, but have read much of the docs and tried it for a few
>> No problems and it looks simple so far, but I had a few questions about
>> managing snaps.
>> On  I get a feeling for how the base system itself is updated. But is
>> this entirely managed with the "ubuntu-core" snap? So if I run "snappy
>> update ubuntu-core" it will download a new image (if any) to the passive
>> partition? Or are there other snaps that should be updated as part of the
>> base system as well (I see "generic-amd64" which sounds like a base snap).
>> Any other software that comprises a base system update?
>> Furthermore, assuming base system update goes well, I should reboot to
>> the other partition. Is there a preferred method do this (I see a
>> --automatic-reboot option to snappy update) or will the regular "shutdown
>> -r now" do the job well enough?
>> Is there a way to see which snaps can be updated? I am looking for
>> something similar to "apt-get -s upgrade". Or would this be the difference
>> in version between "snappy list -v" and "snappy search"?
>> Finally, is there a way for software to manage snaps, just like you can
>> being logged in as superuser with the "snappy" command? I am planning to
>> make an application that can update and manage snaps. Supposedly it would
>> either need to be part of the base OS (which I guess is unlikely it would
>> be allowed to) or it would have to be packaged as a snap with special
>> privileges (perhaps as a framework)?
>> Thanks for reading to the end and appreciate any help! :)
>>  https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/snappy/guides/transactional-updates/
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