In chromium, it is possible to pre-configure policies. This is especially useful inside organisations to, for example, add extra authentication servers, pre-configure a home page and bookmarks, or pre-install mandatory plugins.
For a system-wide installation on Linux, this can be configured inside
/etc/chromium/policies/recommended. However, the snap does not seem to look at those directories.
What is the recommended way to go about configuring policies for the chromium snap? I’ve looked at
/snap/chromium but there doesn’t seem to be a directory in which I can place these files. Do I need to create it manually, or do I instead need to add a new snap connection for chromium to access
The company I work for is currently piloting Ubuntu as a workstation for developers, and this would be holding us back from upgrading our
18.04 machines to
Thanks in advance!