On Ubuntu 22.10 I have installed most of my applications as deb packages or flatpak packages, but I would like to follow snap development, so I decided to leave one snap package (firefox) installed as snap and removed all others. Bellow whole procedure.
I’ve uninstalled all of the snaps by listing them all and removing one by one:
sudo snap list sudo snap <snap_name> remove
I’ve checked if there is some left:
sudo snap list
And got: No snaps are installed yet. Try ‘snap install hello-world’.
Then I have installed Firefox.
sudo snap install firefox
After install I have listed snaps:
and I have got this pretty long snap list:
Name Version Rev Tracking Publisher Notes bare 1.0 5 latest/stable canonical✓ base core20 20221123 1738 latest/stable canonical✓ base firefox 107.0.1-1 2154 latest/stable mozilla✓ - gnome-3-38-2004 0+git.6f39565 119 latest/stable canonical✓ - gtk-common-themes 0.1-81-g442e511 1535 latest/stable canonical✓ - snapd 2.57.6 17883 latest/stable canonical✓ snapd
Why are all those snaps required to have only Firefox installed as snap package?