Thanks for answering.
At the moment snap when I install it on a normal Linux distribution works like this:
1: command bsp095project.BSP095launcherCoreSimulation
Runs applications kernel in emulation modes, that is, it launches and a graphical window for testing. This kernel creates 2 files with keys in the user’s directory.
2: command bsp095project.BSP095launcherCore
Runs a kernel that does not already work in emulation modes, must run as a service on the system. As planned, it should start as a daemon, when launched as well as the simulation kernel creates 2 files with keys in the user’s directory.
3: command bsp095project.BSP095launcherGui
Graphical application, works with one of kernels, connects to them on the created 2 keys in the files. That is, only after the kernel has created the files with the keys, only after that the given application can connect to the kernel.
As I wrote, the snap package works in Linux, but if I try to run on Ubuntu-core then I see error:
As I understand now, you need to add work with the Mir and the mir-kiosk.