Fedora: Install Snapd

This post will guide you how to install snapd on fedora Linux system using dnf command.

Install snapd on Fedora Linux

If you want to install snapd on your fedora system, you just need to use dnf command under the command line options, type:

#dnf install snapd

Then you still need to setup a symlink using the ln command, you need to create a symlink from /var/lib/snapd/snap to /snap, type:

sudo ln -s /var/lib/snapd/snap /snap

Then everything is set up to get you started with snaps.

Check snap version

If you want to get the version information of snap that you installed above, just type :

#snap version

You can use the snap command to manage snaps, for example, you can use snap command to install, configure or remove snap packages.

Find Snap packages to install

If you want to find one snap packages that you want to install, you can use the snap search command. For example, you want to check if the Firefox package can be installed by snap command, just type:

#snap search firefox

Install Firefox using snap command

To install firefox package using snap command, just run the following command:

#snap install firefox


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