I have Ubuntu 18.04 LTS installed.
I inserted USB-flash to my laptop. It was automounted to /media/username/DISKLABEL and opened in Nautilus. I can read and write objects to it.
How can I access it from the application, which is installed as Snap?
I tried snaps of the following applications such as
organize-my-files. All them show me errors if I navigate to /media folder:
Output of active Snap interfaces is below:
$ snap interfaces | grep -v ".*-$" Slot Plug :browser-support organize-my-files :core-support core:core-support-plug :cups-control gedit :desktop gedit,organize-my-files :desktop-legacy gedit,organize-my-files :gsettings gedit,organize-my-files :home arduino-mhall119,gedit,organize-my-files :network arduino-mhall119,gedit,organize-my-files,pulsemixer :opengl organize-my-files :pulseaudio organize-my-files,pulsemixer :unity7 arduino-mhall119,gedit,organize-my-files :wayland gedit :x11 arduino-mhall119,organize-my-files,pulsemixer gnome-3-26-1604:gnome-3-26-1604 gedit gtk-common-themes:gtk3-themes gedit gtk-common-themes:icon-themes gedit gtk-common-themes:sound-themes gedit - arduino-mhall119:serial-port - gedit:avahi-observe - gedit:mount-observe
- connecting mount-observe to Gedit with
snap connect gedit:mount-observedoes not help.
- it seems that we need special Snap with support of