Snappy Ubuntu Core is a minimal version of Ubuntu intended for large-scale deployments, bringing transactional updates.

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Can't load Windows 10 on fast boot setting

I updated to windows 10 a week ago. For class purposes, I needed to install ubuntu. I installed ubuntu 14.04, but then had to delete it for some reason. I deletrd the Linux partition feom windows ...
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how do I diagnose why a process is starting?

I'm running an ubuntu box, mainly as a learning exercise, so I should probably begin by stating that I'm still very much at the "copying commands until something works" stage of unix knowledge. I ...
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Do you need a processor with virtualization to run Docker on Snappy Ubuntu Core?

As I understand it Linux Containers are referred to as light-weight virtualization; virtualization without all the extra OS for every service that is run. Docker utilizes Linux Containers, and Docker ...
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How to ssh to Pre-built Snappy Ubuntu Core for BBB?

Following instructions on page - https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/snappy/start/#try-beaglebone - after I put SD card in with the pre-built snappy ubuntu core (ubuntu-15.04-snappy-armhf-bbb.img) and ...
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Troubleshoot Beabglebone Black Rev C Networking issues

We just built the snappy Ubuntu image (stable) in the SD card of our BBB, but when we boot it connectivity problems appear. The BBB is not establishing an IP address in its interface. Using command ...
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Cannot login Ubuntu Core

I followed the install instructions for installing Ubuntu Core on VMWare. I created the iso and I actually see my hostname has changed. But when I try to login from the console with ubuntu/mypassword ...
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Do Ubuntu snappy packages need much more space?

Actually I thought that one of the benefits of a Linux system are the shared dependencies, which makes individual programs small in space. GIMP needs 15 MB disk space, the requirements for Photoshop ...
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What is meant by 'Transactional Updates'

What is meant by 'transactionally updated' system and how does such an update process different from a 'normally' updated system? What are its advantages/disadvantages? Are there any other Linux ...
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Is there a way to add repo to Snappy ubuntu core?

I am trying to install more stuff and I am seeing very little in snappy's install. Is there a way to use apt-get or add repositories to install?
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Which is better, running Linux on Windows or vice versa [closed]

 am thinking about buying the newly launched Lenovo P50 machine. What will be better, installing Windows as host machine and running Linux inside a virtual machine or other way round??? What are the ...
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How to install snappy Ubuntu 15.04 Core images on a PC

Can you please help with some instructions on how to install Snappy Ubuntu core on an AMD64 PC? I can find the image at this URL. But I've not been successful installing booting it of an USB and ...
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Are there plans for an Ubuntu-approved, Docker-official Snappy baseimage?

Like (I suspect) a lot of folks, I'd like to see a Canonical-created or -endorsed Snappy baseimage for Docker. Does anyone know if that is likely to be forthcoming, or if it is being worked on?
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Self hosted Snappy Store

Just like a self-hosted deb repository, is it possible to self-host a Snappy Store for private snapps? I have found that debs can be converted to snapps and that snapps can be submitted to the Ubuntu ...
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What are the minimum system requirements for Ubuntu Snappy Core?

What are the minimum system requirements for Ubuntu Snappy Core?
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Can I run Snappy Ubuntu Core as a guest inside Docker?

I'm aware that Snappy Ubuntu can host Docker containers. My question is whether it can also be run inside a container, as a Docker guest. The reason I'm asking is that I can't find any Snappy VM ...
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Are Click packages obsoleted by Snappy packages?

Are Click packages obsoleted by Snappy packages? Should I focus on learning how to make snappy packages, and ignore the click documentation?
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Read only file system error while trying to install docker-compose on snappy Ubuntu

How to install/use docker-compose on Ubuntu snappy? when I run: curl -L https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.2.0/docker-compose-`uname -s`-`uname -m` > ...
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How does Click/Snappy solve dependency issues?

There is a bit of confusion surrounding click and snappy. For one, I understand that there are certain packages that are not allowed to be shared due to app-armor. For example, if I write a Qt ...
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What are dynamic and static linking?

I hear the terms "Dynamically linked" and "Statically linked" tossed around in regards to packaging, and I have never been clear on what these terms actually mean. What are dynamic and static ...
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Ubuntu Core Snappy Touch GUI app kiosk

I just learned about Ubuntu Core Snappy about 2 hours ago. I was very excited as I was thinking about making a stand alone java application that has a simple full screen touch GUI. This would be a ...
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Snappy timezone

I read the snappy config command, but I still can't change timezone. The example doesn't looks like a terminal command! Can you help me to set my snappy timezone? Thank you
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How to create local repository for Ubuntu Snappy

How to create local repository for Ubuntu Snappy? For example I use reprepro to create Ubuntu repository for deb packages.
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Why my system is not showing me the updated amount of RAM?

Before my laptop was running with 2GB RAM; I've installed new 2GB RAM. But system is still showing RAM an amount of 2GB instead of 4GB.
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Unable to install a package in ubuntu-core-14.04-core-armhf

I am using Ubuntu based rootfs on arm devices for the first time, and need some help I am using the ubuntu-core-14.04-core-armhf.tar.gz I want to install a package called as evtest which can be ...
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How can I run a Snappy / ubuntu-core image with LXD

I would like to run Ubuntu Snappy in an LXC container. There isn't an existing snappy image at the default https://images.linuxcontainers.org repo, but I was wondering if this is something others ...
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What are the best online resources or books to learn Ubuntu/Linux? [duplicate]

I am new to Ubuntu/Linux environment and I want to learn concepts to understand it.
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How is Snappy Ubuntu Core faster than Ubuntu

While many questions answer what is Snappy Core, I've yet to see an answer of how Snappy is faster (as claimed here) than traditional package management in Ubuntu. I get that rolling back and stuff ...
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Will snappy core replace apt-get? [duplicate]

On this question I asked on the Ubuntu Developers G+ I got an answer from Mitchell Reese (not a Canonical employee, but an enthusiast like me) saying that apt-get install is more or less being ...
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Connecting to a 15.04 AWS instance

I am trying to experiment with 15.04 Snappy on AWS. I created an instance and used the same key pair that I have been successfully using. I however cannot connect to the 15.04 Snappy instance I just ...
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Is it possible to install LXD directly on a Ubuntu Snappy Core?

I'm running a Ubuntu Snappy Core (2015-04-28, version 45). I want to install LXD directly on the snappy host. Is this possible? Thx! --todd
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Video Playback on Snappy Ubuntu

Does anybody have any experience with getting video files to play? Im wanting to use Snappy Ubuntu and Raspberry Pi 2 to show promotional videos at my work. Trying to figure out the best way to go ...
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Pin multiplexing on Beaglebone Black using ubuntu snappy

I'm using ubuntu snappy on Beaglebone Black. the device tree overlay is different with angstrom distribution. I don't know how to mux between pins to use pwm. How can I config the uart baudrate in ...
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How to connect wifi network from raspberry pi 2 (snappy)

I've set up new raspberry pi 2 with snappy core. And I couldn't find how to connect wifi network from snappy terminal. My wifi dongle working correctly but there is no iwconfig in snappy core. Wlist ...
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How can I set a static IP on ubuntu core snappy 15.04

I have tried cloud-config and write-file as well as this meta-data file instance-id: $(uuidgen) network-interfaces: | iface eth0 inet static address 192.168.xxx.130 network 192.168.xxx.0 ...
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Snappy source packages?

In a Debian system, any package can be built from source by issuing the dpkg-buildpackage command. In snappy Ubuntu, there does not seem to be anything comparable to either dpkg-buildpackage or ...
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install ubuntu core tar.gz format in virtual box

I've been trying to install ubuntu core in virtual box but haven't been able to make any progress so far. I've googled everything I can and failed to find an Answer before I finally decided to ask. ...
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Ubuntu snappy docker ps not working

When a run: sudo docker ps in ubuntu snappy i get this error: FATA[0000] Get http:///var/run/docker.sock/v1.18/containers/json: dial unix /var/run/docker.sock: permission denied. Are you trying ...
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Minimal OS for KVM

While there are minimal OS (CoreOS, Ubuntu Core etc) for container hypervisors, I would like to know if there is a minimal OS for KVM too. By a minimal OS for KVM I mean an OS which can be installed ...
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Running latest docker version with snappy ubuntu core

I created a KVM virtual machine on my ubuntu 14.10 box using instructions at this link - http://www.ubuntu.com/cloud/tools/snappy#snappy-local After installing docker and executing docker --version ...
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How do I repackage a .deb for Ubuntu Snappy?

// , I want to convert some Ubuntu software in .deb, specifically guake, to packages for Ubuntu Snappy*. According to the documentation on the Ubuntu dev tools, All metadata lives in ...
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Difference between Snappy and Click

I don't understand the difference between Snappy and Click. Both allow for image based system updates. Both use app armor to confine apps. Soon Click will run on the desktop, phone and tablet and ...
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Zero swap available in Snappy, is this a problem?

When I bring up top on Ubuntu Snappy (AWS EC2 instance) it reads 0 free KiB Swap. Is swap no longer needed, or handled differently, in Snappy? Can I enable it? $ sudo snappy info release: ...
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What are the features in Snappy Ubuntu that make it more secure than the normal Ubuntu?

I am thinking of using Snappy Ubuntu for IoT application. Security is important in IoT. What is the difference between Snappy Ubuntu and the normal Ubuntu that makes Snappy more secure compared to ...
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What commands are needed to install Ubuntu Core?

Ubuntu Core's wiki page page contains the instructions to install Ubuntu Core on a target media: Uncompress (do not unpack) rootfs Format target media: at least one partition should be ext2, ...
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Testing nginx in a Docker container in on Ubuntu Core?

Followed Setting up Ubuntu Core on a KVM It shows you how to start the vm and forward ports back to your host machine. Followed Snappy Tour It shows you how to install Docker on Ubuntu Core ...
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saving current configs

Is it possible in 14.04 to save the current system settings? I want (yet again) to install NVidia drives, but I'd like to save the current state of my settings and roll back to the current state in ...
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where is the 32 bit ubuntu snappy core image

The Ubuntu Website states that Ubuntu Core is Now available on a wide range of 32 and 64-bit ARM and X86 platforms. The following page says 64-bit PC (AMD64) snappy image Choose this to ...
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Why is Ubuntu moving to Snappy packages?

Why Ubuntu dumping .deb packages and moving to .snappy packages? (At least for now they are keeping .deb package for normal distributions). .deb is already the most popular packaging out there. ...
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Snappy on Raspberry Pi 2 Fails to install anything

Snappy does not install ANYTHING at all and comes up with the following error: ubuntu@localhost:~$ sudo snappy install os-js.ogra os-js.ogra 23 MB ...
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Invalid login Ubuntu-Snappy on QEMU

I booted Snappy on QEMU but I tried to login with credentials ubuntu/ubuntu but I always get invalid login message. First, I used Snappy version provided by raspberry, it can login however I can't ...