After a snap has been installed with
sudo snap install [package] how can I list the files which have been installed by the snap?
Snaps are compressed squashfs files, which typically get 'installed' to
/var/lib/snapd/snaps. So if you
snap install ohmygiraffe you'll find a file called
If you'd never installed a snap before then you'll also have a
core snap which lives at the same location.
If you're interested in seeing what's inside that snap, look in
/snap/<snapname>/<current>/. Note that you're peering into the snap, the contents aren't unpacked onto your filesystem.
The only other thing you'll find is a
.desktop file in
Once your snap has been run, you may also find data in
Snaps are standalone squashfs images, which means listing what they install is as simple as listing the contents of the image. These images get mounted into place at
/snap/<snapname>/<snap revision>, although you can just use
/snap/<snapname>/current for the currently-active revision, e.g.:
$ ls -lR /snap/<snapname>/current/