I installed the acestream snap on Debian 9 and it is working like a charm. However the
--client-gtk flag is not working, and I need to change the startup configs for slower connections.
Is there some optional package that I should install to be able to see the acestream gtk client? I would like to check the logs, probably there is a useful error message there, but where?
How can I change the command flags? I guess it would suffice to edit the
.desktop file in
/snap/acestream/7/opt... or the
start-engine script, but the filesystem is read-only. Why can’t I change it as root? (according to the permissions I should be able to)