I'm trying to dual-boot ubuntu with windows. Below a detailed description of all I have done. Skip to 2nd last paragraph if you don't want to read it, pretty basic setup.
I've got windows 10 already installed and there's 70gb free for Ubuntu. I've downloaded the file ubuntu-16.04.2-desktop-amd64.iso today (Ubuntu 16.04.2 64-bit Desktop edition). Using a program called "Rufus" I've put this file on a usb stick using the option "ISO image", creating a UEFI Bootable USB Drive. I've successfully booted this USB drive with the Ubuntu installation.
In the menu when booting the USB drive I choose "Install Ubuntu" and choose English. When it's asking for updates while installing and to install hardware, I've tried both to no success. In the next screen I did both the option "Install Ubuntu alongside Windows" as well as "something else". When choosing something else I did 8GB swap and 62GB EXT4 Journaling File System with mount point
/, both have are primary and beginning of this space:
So used pretty much all combinations.
Next I set English language and keyboard, fill in my name and password, set to log in automatically. It will slowly install from there on, but quits halfway with the following error message:
Error installing /target/var/cache/apt/archives/snapd_2.23.1_amd64.deb: trying to overwrite '/etc/apparmor.d/usr.lib.snapd.snapconfine', which is also in package snap-confine 2.23.1
And after pressing ok:
Pressing OK on this last error, it says the installation is complete, but if I leave the usb out windows will boot and I don't see the GRUB boot loader.
What I've read on the internet is that this may be caused by 2 packages called
snapd, which can't co-exist. How do I solve this for the installation process?