need help with freedomotic snappy app

mauro at mauro at
Mon May 4 14:04:01 UTC 2015

Hi Jamie,
thanks for your reply.
Based on Loic Minier's suggested example
I modified my package.
Would you like to test it on an ARM board?

The compilation process is OK.


On Mon, May 4, 2015 8:33 am, Jamie Strandboge wrote:
> On 05/04/2015 08:29 AM, Jamie Strandboge wrote:
>> On 05/03/2015 04:23 AM, mauro at wrote:
>>> Hi all
>>> I created the snap with embedded Oracle jre but it doesn't start with
>>> the following error (RaspberryPi2)ubuntu at localhost:~$
>>> aa-exec: ERROR: profile
>>> 'freedomotic_start.sh_5.6.0' does not exist
>>> I think it's related to AppArmor but I didn't find any doc example
>>> about this. Can you help me? How to add this file and modify the
>>> package.yaml?
>>> The snap is structure is online on
>> It is related to apparmor-- the profile 'freedomotic_start.sh_5.6.0'
>> isn't loaded into the kernel so the aa-exec failed. I looked at your
>> package.yaml and you are using the defaults (good), and there is nothing
>> more you need to do for the security policy. What is probably happening
>> is something during the install is failing prior to the apparmor policy
>> generation.
>> What I find curious though is that you are using the command
>> ''-- this should be instead.
>> Also the
>> reported error message shows snappy is using 'aa-exec' instead of
>> 'ubuntu-core-launcher'. Also, the package shouldn't have been able to
>> be in the half-installed state that it is in now (ie, unpacked, but
>> without generated security policy, etc). All of this indicates your
>> snappy system is out of date.
> Sorry, I sent this a tad too soon...
> All of this indicates your snappy system is out of date and you should
> upgrade to the latest stable release that came out a week and a half ago
> (or
> alternatively, to rolling).
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> Jamie Strandboge       
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