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I often use drawing application.

Since a few days the app doesn't start. I have Ubuntu 22. I tried to uninstall and re-install the app via snap, but, even after that, nothing happens when I start the app. Here is my terminal output.

user@user-All-Series:~$ sudo snap install drawing
[sudo] password di user: 
drawing 1.0.1 da Ken VanDine è stato installato
user@user-All-Series:~$ drawing &
[1] 212365
user@user-All-Series:~$ /snap/drawing/27/gnome-platform/command-chain/desktop-launch: /snap/drawing/27/usr/bin/drawing: /snap/gnome-42-2204-sdk/current/usr/bin/python3: bad interpreter: No such file or directory
/snap/drawing/27/gnome-platform/command-chain/desktop-launch: line 603: /snap/drawing/27/usr/bin/drawing: Success

Any help is appreciated. Thank you, Andrea

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  • Ubuntu 22, so you're using Ubuntu Core 22 ? (22 & 22.04 are different Ubuntu products; the different format highlights differences between them)
    – guiverc
    Dec 25, 2022 at 21:37
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    In case this is an issue; I've reported it here - forum.snapcraft.io/t/drawing-snap-not-working/13669/22 (I don't have time currently to test for it; so reported using text from this page only)
    – guiverc
    Dec 26, 2022 at 2:50

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I had the same problem with the Gnome Drawing app, but I found the solution. Installing gnome-42-2204-sdk solves this as it provides the necessarily libraries needed for gnome 42 apps. I don't know why the dependency doesn't come installed with drawing when updating snaps.

https://snapcraft.io/install/gnome-42-2204-sdk/ubuntu

Shared GNOME 42 Ubuntu stack

This snap contains only the necessary libraries required by GNOME applications.

Install it by typing:

sudo snap install gnome-42-2204-sdk
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