- Is puritine container managed only by Canonical team? For example, I wasn't be able to add packages in puritine via Terminal app. Or we have a possibility to manage it? (Of course, I think we should have own container to play with Libertine).
Is there a directory
/home/phablet/.cache/libertine-container/puritine/rootfs/home/phabletfor puritine like we have for own container? Must we have it? Or I deleted it by accident?
How to completely reinstall Puritine with all pre-installed apps?
- The Puritine container is not directly modifiable by end-users. In this sense, it's a special container to maintain a base set of core applications on your device.
- If you delete puritine's home directory, it should recreate the directory structure the next time an application is launched.
- The puritine click is only available on the pre-built images due to its large size. You can recreate a container with all the same applications pretty easily, but to get the original container back you will either need to manually build/install the click or re-flash the device.