Since (most likely - because it worked on 18.10 last time I intentionally checked) updating to Ubuntu 19.04 I cannot get snap to work. Some of my software was updated automatically via snap, but it doesn't any longer.
Whenever I try to run update a software in the Ubuntu Software it prompts the error message
error: system does not fully support snapd: cannot mount squashfs image using "squashfs": exec: "mount": executable file not found in $PATH
Same message pops up when I run
snap refresh in the command line. I tried to add
/snap/bin to the path, but to no avail.
For further information: I'm running a oh-my-zsh terminal and the path is currently configured in
Edit: Re-installing snapd:
I suppose this
No such file or directory messages aren't exactly helping in my case.