I’m trying out the nteract snap on Ubuntu LTS 18.04 and it turns out that when I execute
nteract the app doesn’t find the jupyter kernels (python3, and, in my case, sagemath). However, when I execute
/snap/nteract/current/nteract, everything is fine. Does the snap deny access to the jupyter kernels installed in
/usr/share/jupyter/kernels/? nteract was installed with the following command:
sudo snap install nteract.