I recently upgraded my desktop to 18.04, and am trying to generate a system user assertion using the
make-system-user snap from @kyleN. On 16.04 that worked fine, but it now fails with
/usr/bin/python3: /snap/core/current/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.25' not found (required by /usr/bin/python3)
since it appears the libc6 version that ships with 18.04, namely 2.27, is too new. I’m not too keen to downgrade just so I can run this. What options do I have?
By the way I get the same using
make-system-user from both the stable and beta channels. Oddly, the edge channel has a 25MB snap (as opposed to 8kB in the others), which simply says
sudo: make-system-user.run: command not found