I had a snap which was working perfectly fine. In meantime, some code changes were made (which work perfectly fine). Hence, I was about to build a new version of snap package and without making any changes to
snapcraft.yaml, snapcraft just fails now. Only change to build environment is that I upgrade from 19.04 to 20.04 awhile back.
Does anyone have any idea why this is happening and how I could address these issues?
Latest version of snapcraft.yaml and snapcraft output.
You’re missing build dependencies. Specifically you’re missing GCC, so you likely need to amend your python part to:
Making suggested changes to snapcraft.yaml resolved my build problem.
However, when I install the app from snap now I have a new problem, any ideas about this?
Do you have all snap interfaces connected? What is
snap connections <your-snap> ?
I do, this part of code was left unchanged:
snap connections auto-cpufreq
Interface Plug Slot Notes
cpu-control auto-cpufreq:cpu-control - -
hardware-observe auto-cpufreq:hardware-observe - -
system-observe auto-cpufreq:system-observe - -
I also tried (temporarily) changing confinement to classic, and installing it as such, but I still ran into the same problem.
Those each show as not connected. You need to manually connect them with:
sudo snap connect auto-cpufreq:cpu-control
sudo snap connect auto-cpufreq:hardware-observe
sudo snap connect auto-cpufreq:system-observe
Great thank you, it’s been so long since I build this snap, that I forgot I had to connect interfaces when building it locally.