Sorry, there would be easier to make snap have a proper graphical installer?
For years they lived together in Ubuntu an installer programs and Synaptic. And
both did the same.
All the more reason to have two different installers for different
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Can't auth against U1 in g-s
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Authentication using Ubuntu One credentials to install/remove snaps always
fails. This is due to a behaviour change in snapd (no longer accepts login
requests from non-root users). Existing credentials continue to work.
1. Delete any existing credentials by deleting passwords marked
"com.ubuntu.UbuntuOne.GnomeSoftware" using Seahorse.
2. Start GNOME Software
3. Search for a snap (e.g. "moon-buggy")
4. Install Snap
5. Enter Ubuntu One credentials when prompted
Dialog says "Incorrect email or password".
Authentication completes and the snap is installed.
The solution is to use a new D-Bus service (snapd-login-service) and new
library (snapd-glib) to get the Macaroon from snapd. This has some risk of
introducing new bugs. The change is minimised (other snapd code paths
unchanged) and the alternative is login to be impossible.
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