Good morning Lubuntu Discourse.
No I haven’t kicked Lubuntu 22.04 to the curb yet and probably won’t.
So that being the case I’m curious to know exactly what this means and exactly what Snap is tracking.
lubuntu@lubuntu:~$ snap list
Name Version Rev Tracking Publisher Notes
bare 1.0 5 latest/stable canonical✓ base
core20 20220329 1434 latest/stable canonical✓ base
firefox 100.0.1-1 1351 latest/stable/… mozilla✓ -
gnome-3-38-2004 0+git.1f9014a 99 latest/stable/… canonical✓ -
gtk-common-themes 0.1-79-ga83e90c 1534 latest/stable/… canonical✓ -
snapd 2.55.3 15534 latest/stable canonical✓ snapd
I know there’s some Linux geniuses who can answer this.
Brief reply from a non-genius -
Tracks enable snap developers to publish multiple supported releases of their application under the same snap name
- All snaps have a default track. Without the snap developer specifying otherwise, the default track is called latest.
- There are four risk-levels: stable, candidate, beta and edge. Installing from a less stable risk-level will typically mean more frequent updates.
To learn more about snaps visit Snap -
Hope this helps
Thanks for the reply and information and will have a look at the link you posted.
For a non genius you know more than I know about Snaps so you have some genius in you that I don’t.
Wow quite a bit to learn about Snaps that I hadn’t realized so I’ve some learning to do.