There’s a few issues with your snapcraft file,
- It looks like you’re using the Snapcraft Desktop Helper templates but I can’t work out where the
bin/desktop-launch is coming from, it’s also not used for the main
yuzu binary. In any case, the
kde-neon extension is likely preferable, you can use it like this
The extension is expected to handle font integration and so is likely the direct answer to your question. However,
- You’re not making use of the
cmake plugin when you probably should be.
dump is inappropriate in this instance and you likely want:
- The extension actually effects the build. As such, I’d recommend re-evaluating your staged and build packages. For the build packages you should likely consider starting with none. You’ll have essentials such as Git, GCC, etc, by default, and keep in mind if you remove GCC10, Ubuntu defaults to GCC 9, so be sure to adapt the
cmake-parameters above! After starting with the minimal environment, add packages satisfying the dependencies CMake identifies missing packages one at a time. Similarly, you want to likely remove the
stage-snaps construct, as the extension will automatically handle this for you too.
With the stage packages, I’d recommend again starting with none, and Snapcraft will provide a list of missing packages when it finalizes the build.
The reason for this is to try and reduce the potential conflict between the extension and Ubuntu specific packages, as well as to eliminate on filesize, downloads, etc. While there’s often no harm in adding most packages, it reduces the number of variables if you’re minimising what’s included, and a lot of them will be handled by the extension.