Where/how is umake installed? (usage)

How do I install android studio from umake through snap?

thufir@dur:~$ snap --version
snap    2.28.5+17.10
snapd   2.28.5+17.10
series  16
ubuntu  17.10
kernel  4.13.0-16-generic
thufir@dur:~$ snap list
Name         Version    Rev   Developer  Notes
core         16-2.28.5  3247  canonical  core
hello-world  6.3        27    canonical  -
ubuntu-make  master     95    didrocks   classic
thufir@dur:~$ cat /etc/lsb-release 
thufir@dur:~$ ubuntu-make.umake android
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

does that not use the umake which snap installed?

can’t even get the version:

thufir@dur:~$ umake --version
thufir@dur:~$ ubuntu-make.umake --version
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

i guess @didrocks should be able to help here, there seems to be an issue with classic snaps on 17.10 currently, ubuntu-make might need a re-build …


would you post full CLI? if it’s a huge amount of output you can put on gist with a link here, I’ll see what I can do about replicating.

i’m not sure what you mean exactly … full CLI of what ?

(please see the thread i linked in the post above … there seems to be a general issue with classic snaps on 17.10 that is described there … a re-build of the ubuntu-make snap with a few changes might help but that has to be done by didier)

I mean the command you entered and all the output. stacktrace. For my
edification. (Because I didn’t get anything like that output.)

I’m maintaining umake atm,
as you can see the issue has been raised in the link @ogra posted.
I’m trying a rebuild now with python and apt built in the snap, but no success yet.

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@ogra: I don’t have any official time to work on umake anymore. @LyzardKing is the maintainer and told that the regression happened during a core snap update during the 17.10 dev cycle. He commented on Classic snaps failing on Ubuntu 17.10.

I know that @mvo told he would have a look (maybe other classic snaps have been broken as well?). I don’t know more about the status.