I’v decided to create a snap for my dockerized service and my cli tool in order to simplify the installation process for the users.
But as I understand it, the users needs to understand the “snap connections” concept and to connect manually some of the interfaces… I think that it really complicating the installation process and raises questions and concerns to the users because some of them are not familiar with the snap connections or snap at all.
There is a solution or workaround for that issue?
I’m attaching my snapcraft.yaml so maybe I’m doing something not ideal and you can advice.
name: my-app version: '1.0.0' summary: | My App description: | Some My App Description. grade: devel confinement: strict plugs: docker-cli: interface: docker docker-executables: content: docker-executables default-provider: docker interface: content target: docker-env config-myapp: interface: system-files read: - /mnt/myapp log-access: interface: system-files read: - /logs/myapp-cli.log parts: environment: plugin: dump source: ./src/ organize: 'docker-wrapper' : bin/ jre: source-type: tar source: ./jre-source/zulu11.33.10-sa-jre11.0.4-linux_x64.tar.gz plugin: dump myapp-cli: source-type: local source: ./myapp-cli-source plugin: dump apps: mya-pp: command: ./bin/java -jar $SNAP/myapp-cli-1.0.602.jar plugs: [network, log-access] my-app-service: command: myapp-docker-deploy plugs: [docker-executables, docker-cli, config-myapp, network] daemon: simple