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snap --help The snap command lets you install, configure, refresh and remove snaps. Snaps are packages that work across many different Linux distributions, enabling secure delivery and operation of the latest apps and utilities. Usage: snap <command> [<options>...] Commonly used commands can be classified as follows: Basics: find, info, install, remove, list ...more: refresh, revert, switch, disable, enable, create-cohort History: changes, tasks, abort, watch Daemons: services, start, stop, restart, logs Permissions: connections, interface, connect, disconnect Configuration: get, set, unset, wait App Aliases: alias, aliases, unalias, prefer Account: login, logout, whoami Snapshots: saved, save, check-snapshot, restore, forget Device: model, reboot, recovery ... Other: warnings, okay, known, ack, version Development: download, pack, run, try
For more information about a command, run 'snap help <command>'. For a short summary of all commands, run 'snap help --all'.