I have binary and all resolved Qt dependencies packaged in tar.gz. I am using next yaml file for snap:
name: sample_name_lol_1 base: core18 version: '1.0.0' summary: sample_summary_lol_2 description: | sample_desc_lol_3 grade: devel confinement: devmode parts: sample_name_lol_1: plugin: dump source: MyApp.tar.gz stage-packages: [ ffmpeg, x264, x265, libopencv-core-dev, libopencv-imgproc-dev, libopencv-calib3d-dev, libblas-dev, liblapack-dev, libfontconfig1-dev, fonts-freefont-ttf, ttf-ubuntu-font-family ] apps: MyApp: command: MyApp environment: LD_LIBRARY_PATH: $ LD_LIBRARY_PATH:$ SNAP/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/blas:$ SNAP/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/lapack
Normal application run (say from regular unpacking tar.gz) would give me information about all fonts available on the system. However snap run (sample_name_lol_1.MyApp) won’t see system fonts, only few of them (only 3 to be precise – sans, sans-serif, monospace). I found path after installation, /snap/sample_name_lol_1/x1/usr/share/fonts and /snap/sample_name_lol_1/x1/etc/fonts. Those places are read-only and I can’t figure out, what exactly should be done, so Qt application will able to see at lease standard Ubuntu font.
I have installed
snap on Ubuntu 18.10, and the result of my search on the internet says that the configuration file for
vlc should be located in
~/.config/vlc, but for me, there’s no such directory on my system, so I was wondering where can I find the configuration file(s) for
vlc in case I want to have a backup?
Any way yet to disable this most annoying feature?
(when I move a window close to the top, it snaps to maximum size)
ubuntu 18.04, gnome 3.28.2
I searched about six months ago, no way to disable back then.
I’m on Ubuntu 18.04, and the default VLC here is:
$ vlc --version VLC media player 3.0.4 Vetinari (revision 3.0.4-0-gf615db6332) ... $ which vlc /usr/bin/vlc
I want to keep this version, and then try out a nightly via
snap. So I tried:
$ sudo snap install --channel=edge vlc vlc (edge) 4.0.0-dev-5939-gee31d91 from VideoLAN✓ installed $ snap list Name Version Rev Tracking Publisher Notes core 16-2.36.3 6130 stable canonical✓ core ... vlc 4.0.0-dev-5939-gee31d91 767 edge videolan✓ -
Now I know I have this dev version of
vlc installed, and it is in my system here:
$ ls -la /snap/bin/ total 8 drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Jan 4 09:25 . drwxr-xr-x 13 root root 4096 Jan 4 09:25 .. ... lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 13 Jan 4 09:25 vlc -> /usr/bin/snap
/snap/bin/vlc is a symlink (apparently) to
/usr/bin/snap, so when I run it:
$ /snap/bin/vlc cannot change current working directory to the original directory: No such file or directory
So when I type
vlc, I still get the old Debian version, which is how I want it.
But how do I run the
snap version of VLC in this case?
i was reading trough the fighter archtypes and came across the sharpshooter unearthed arcana archtype.
the level 18 trait is:
Starting at 18th level, if you take the Attack action on your first turn of a combat, you can make one additional ranged weapon attack as part of that action.
at level 18 fighter you also have acces to 2 extra attacks.
how does these traits interact?
could i do:
normal attack + extra attack + extra attack + snap shot?
or is it:
normal attack + snap shot + extra attack + snap shot + extra attack + snap shot?
Does the Snap Kick feat work on Attacks of Opportunity (letting you make another attack)?
If yes, is the -2 to attack rolls cumulative?
Decisive Strike does not work with secondary natural attacks.
Does it work with the Snap Kick feat?
$ snap install docker) – but it causes some issues, and it is not recommended. So I decided to remove
docker by the command:
$ snap remove docker
It removes the package properly, but now I have a symbolic link in my home folder:
/home/user +-- snap | +-- docker | +-- current
current is symbolic link, that points to
321. I have no idea what it is.
Why is this happening?