gnome-Software 3.30 Will be awesome. Please!!!
photoprint is a small app very easy for printing more pictures on the same page. https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/photoprint unfortunately it exist up to Ubuntu 18.04 but disappeared in Ubuntu 18.10. It would be nice to have it as a snap.
I would really like to see the following:
Rubyripper - High quality rips from audio cd’s to your computer drive
Having just installed Ubuntu 18.10 QGIS disappeared and cannot be reinstalled because of its dependencies.
A SNAP version would seem ideal, but I have no idea how much effort is involved or how long it would take, The old DEB files always lagged several versions behind. QGIS is a critical program for cartography, I have only a few weeks before I have to use it again, and will install and older Ubuntu to run it.
Any advise on likelihood for this please let me know so I can plan for contingencies.
Best of luck
Please provide links of:
- It’s official website
- It’s source code (if available)
I opened a feature request for the exact same issue as @gregs 10 months ago.
There even seems to be a QGIS snap yaml file but I guess nobody is worked on it since.
A snap would be ideal… In the meantime though, so that you can stay on 18.10, you might like to try the Flatpak?
man, take a look at this :’( I’m so sad snapcraft doesn’t offer this:
I think it’s perfectly reasonable for this to be available as a snap, but for the record, qgis is shipped in Ubuntu 18.10.
$ rmadison -s cosmic qgis qgis | 2.18.22+dfsg-1 | cosmic/universe | source, amd64, arm64, armhf, i386, ppc64el, s390x $
And this package is installable on Ubuntu 18.10.
Sonarr does not support .NET Core
Does it have any difficulties or in this case the snap build is not available?
Sorry, but I do not quite understand the technical side of this process.
I am not 100% sure but from my understanding snapcraft only supports .NET Core which is the newest version of the framework that Sonarr uses. I also read they are planning to upgrade at some point from the older version they are using which is probably when it would make most sense to add a snap package.
-Wasn’t Vivaldi available from the Snap store before?
Hey guys. Newly returned to Ubuntu and would love to see a couple additions:
Insync Google Drive Client
Kwooty Usenet Client
I created a PR to build snap packages for sabnzbd: https://github.com/sabnzbd/sabnzbd/pull/1183
Edit: Now available: https://snapcraft.io/sabnzbd
I would like to see qgis 2.18. as snap.