Addition and modification of users
andreas.schmidl at gmail.com
Tue Sep 1 19:27:57 UTC 2015
thanks a lot for the fast bugfix and backport to 15.04.
I thought about to immediately try if the bugfix is working.
My idea is to use the power of the snappy system_a/system_b concept and
install ubuntu-core 15.04 edge to system_b partition.
Until now my BeagleBone Black is on 15.04 stable (initially on both
I read in the channel guide
(https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/snappy/guides/channels/) that snappy
supports switching between the channels:
"However, you can still switch channels at a later point using command
I assume "later point" means after flashing the initial system-image
which was created with ubuntu-device-flash.
I also assume "command line tools" means the snappy tool.
I tried to find an option in snappy to switch the channel of my system.
snappy config ubuntu-core shows only a few keys:
$ sudo snappy config ubuntu-core
Also for the "snappy set" command I didn't found any property to switch
the channel e.g. snappy set channel=edge. "channel" is an unkown
Is my approach to solve that problem wrong?
------ Original Message ------
From: "Oliver Grawert" <ogra at ubuntu.com>
To: "Mark Shuttleworth" <mark at ubuntu.com>
Cc: snappy-devel at lists.ubuntu.com
Sent: 01.09.2015 14:33:52
Subject: Re: Addition and modification of users
>Am Dienstag, den 01.09.2015, 13:08 +0200 schrieb Mark Shuttleworth:
>> >From a policy perspective, snappy systems definitely have the
>> users, and this should all "Just Work". Thanks for the bug reports!
>I have just backported both patches into the 15.04 snappy PPA and
>a new 15.04/edge image so independently of the SRU status this fix will
>be in the 15.04.3 release.
>In case someone wants to test the functionality, you can now just build
>an image from 15.04 with the --channel=edge option.
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