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Unable to run on Solus OS #434
I installed Snap package for tizonia in solus. It gives me following error
I found that default location on solus os for snap is not
so I edited your copy command to copy this file. But still I am getting same error.
Thanks for trying Tizonia in Solus.
Looking at this, I tend to think that this issue is not related to Tizonia. Sounds like a 'Snapd' integration issue in Solus.
Would you be able to provide details of which version of snapd is installed on your system?
There is another good point in your report. And that is the fact that copying the tizonia.conf template from the snap installation folder into the user's snap home folder is quite a chore. Snaps are not installed in the same location in all the distros. So I think I will end up adding some logic to the program to generate the tizonia.conf file automatically on the first run, to spare this confusion to the users. It is not a great experience right out of the gate to have to locate this file in the file system to then copy it to some strange snap subdir in your $HOME.
Here is the snap version
Yes snap location is different on every browser, Your command actually assumes it is Ubuntu based distro, I have Fedora as my main workstation and elementary and solus on another system which I use for distro hopping, Your command worked without change in elementary only, On fedora, for me, location was something in line of
If it is just a matter to copying
Or better, create a basic conf file on first run, or using something like
Just throwing ideas, I really like to have it working on my fedora system. Since I also couldn't compile it on Fedora, I was really rooting for its snap.
Thanks!, I've posted your question on the Snapcraft forum.
Definitely, the best solution here is to generate the file directly on the app's first run, if it does not exist in the expected location. I think the application has access to Snapd environment variables that will provide the information on where this file is located in every system.
I think I'll create a separate issue for that.
@Abhinav1217, would you be able to continue the conversation in the Snapcraft forum?