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I've been having some trouble getting started with snapcraft: I've posted about it here https://forum.snapcraft.io/t/unable-to-get-snapcraft-up-and-running/4854
I have been following the tutorial here (https://docs.snapcraft.io/build-snaps/get-started-snapcraft1)
to get started with snapcraft as I want to snap my python app. I’m using: ubuntu 16.04.3(LTS) as the base in a vm (VMWare player)
while trying to snapcraft cleanbuild (after following all the steps as specified in the tutorial) I encounter the following error:
Looking up assertion ['account-key', 'public-key-sha3-384=BWDEoaqyr25nF5SNCvEv2v7QnM9QsfCc0PBMYD_i2NGSQ32EF2d4D0hqUel3m8ul'] Looking up assertion ['snap-declaration', 'snap-name=core'] Looking up assertion ['snap-revision', 'snap-revision=4327', 'snap-id=99T7MUlRhtI3U0QFgl5mXXESAiSwt776'] Adding assertion core_4327.assert Installing /run/core_4327.snap error: cannot perform the following tasks: - Mount snap "core" (4327) ([start snap-core-4327.mount] failed with exit status 1: Job for snap-core-4327.mount failed. See "systemctl status snap-core-4327.mount" and "journalctl -xe" for details. ) Stopping local:snapcraft-moltenly-untaut-branden The following command failed to run: 'snap install /run/core_4327.snap' exited with 1
I run a mining rig, sometimes after an unsuccessful overclocking it crashes and machine reboots. However, I have a cron script that restarts miner. That makes the machine go into a loop which is somewhat hard to terminate.
In my shell script I would like to check some variable that has crashed reboot flag set. If it is set, I would like to add a startup delay in my cron script.
I've googled, but could not find any "failed previous boot flag". However, grub can do it: it uses a bigger countdown in boot menu after a crash.
Where would I check for a failed reboot? I know all about the syslog, but obviously, grub does not use that.
I got the ubuntu sdk running on 15.04 and 15.10 but I can't get the html 5 inspector running. Works fine on 14.04 any way to get it working on later versions ?
ubuntu-html5-app-launcher --www=www --inspector
Any useful advice?