i have the same problem except that the systemctl command does not work
Which is, exactly, your problem, and in what way does
systemctl not work?
it says, “System has not been booted with systemd as init system (PID 1). Can’t operate.”
that’s a completely different problem: snapd needs systemd to be your init.
how do i do that…
I don’t know: how do you not have systemd as your init? These days that’s got to be a conscious effort on your part.
i didn’t do anything
What distribution are you using?
im sorry i dont know what your talking about.
my terminal says xenial before the local host name does that help?
i think im in 64 bit as well
Please, what is the output of
How did you install this system?
through dev console and ubuntu download
Is this a virtual machine hosted by another party? Not a machine in your personal control?
not that i know of…
It’s a physical machine sat in front of you?
im pretty sure i dont think its a hologram
Ok, we’re going to need some more details if we’re going to debug this.
How exactly was this installed? Off a USB stick? Where did the ISO come from?
What’s the output of the following commands:-
lsb_release -a =
No lLSB modules are available
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
description: Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS
Linux localhost 3.18.0-18747-gdea8d908bd77 #1 SMP PREEMPT Sun Mar 3 22:37:23 PST
2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux