Snap store recommended to install Sensors Unity app through the Ubuntu Store and so I installed the Sensors-Unity app using the Ubuntu Desktop store!

Sensors Unity Ubuntu Store

I clicked the launch button but it's not working. Not even a blank screen appears. I tried to launch this app on Terminal but it says

E: Unable to find

I need to know the complete information about this application that installed in my Ubuntu pc. I'm new to this platform, need a simple Terminal command to know the information about this application.

PC: Asus Vivobook S

OS: Ubuntu 19.04


From your question, I got something that you installed the Sensors-unity app from Ubuntu Store but it won't launch and so you need to information about Sensors-Unity Application!

After installing the application, you can find the information about the app using the following command:

$ sudo snap info sensors-unity

It will ask you the system password, provide the password and execute the command.

The complete information about the application will display in the Terminal as shown in the below example.

name:      sensors-unity
summary:   A simple sensors GUI for Unity & Dash to Dock
publisher: Pavel Rojtberg (paroj)
contact:   https://github.com/paroj/sensors-unity
license:   unset
description: |
  Allows monitoring the output of the `sensors` command graphically.

  **Note:** for sensors-unity to work you have to manually give it the
  hardware-observe permission in the software center or using the CLI as:

  snap connect sensors-unity:hardware-observe :hardware-observe

  - sensors-unity
snap-id:      0i0ACucdvIfcOKZgDUIrd7AsRoolk6US
tracking:     stable
refresh-date: today at 22:54 IST
  stable:    18.02 2019-06-26 (103) 75MB -
  candidate: ^                           
  beta:      ^                           
  edge:      18.02 2019-07-24 (119) 75MB -
installed:   18.02            (103) 75MB -
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    Thanks for the suggestion. I will try this method now!! – user981400 Aug 2 '19 at 18:18
  • The command sudo snap info <package-name> can be used to find the information about any Snap Store applications. Replace the <package-name> with your snap application. – Razor Rassh Aug 2 '19 at 18:21
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    Thanks for the command explanation, The answer that you mentioned above is worked for me! I will try this command to find the information about the snap apps that I installed in my pc. – user981400 Aug 2 '19 at 18:25

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