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I am creating a snap of my software and sideloading it to my devices; which works nicely. However, I have to add the --dangerous flag to snap install and I'd prefer to digitally sign these snaps in order to make the process safer.

I can't find any specific documentation on how to sign the snaps when creating them with snapcraft. I am obviously not looking into the right places (snapcraft.io). Could you point me to the right direction?

  • If you publish them to the store, then you don't need to use --dangerous. Is there any reason you're not just pushing to the store? – popey Feb 10 '17 at 9:56
  • We are not publishing the snap into the store as it is a private project (that it's not intended to distribute outside of the organization) and, also, the devices are not usually connected to the internet. – chaos.ct Feb 10 '17 at 10:08
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If you add your key to your login in Launchpad, it will be signed in your snaps that are uploaded and published under that login.

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