Update: I tried snapd, but it didn't work either

In my haste, I typed “service snapd start”. The system asked for my passwd.

After thinking about it, I typed :“sudo service snapd start” and it asked for my passwd. but didn’t say ==== AUTHENTICATION COMPLETE ===== (like it did when I started the service with just my user account.

When I typed “which frr” I didn’t get any response.

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