Presented by:

Kukuh Syafaat

from openSUSE-ID

FOSS Enthusiast and Part-Time Musician.

openSUSE MicroOS Desktop User.

Contributor at openSUSE, GNOME, Flatpak and Flathub.

No video of the event yet, sorry!

Snap in openSUSE MicroOS Desktop

According to openSUSE wiki, openSUSE MicroOS is an operating system you don't have to worry about. It's designed for but not limited to container hosts and edge devices. openSUSE MicroOS Desktop is a MicroOS with a desktop-focused variant of MicroOS based on Tumbleweed. MicroOS Desktop is an immutable, rolling base as based on Tumbleweed.

Snaps are app packages for desktop, cloud, and IoT that are easy to install, secure, cross-platform, and dependency-free, developed by Canonical.

Snaps are mainly used with Ubuntu, but it is possible to install them as well in openSUSE MicroOS Desktop. There is a snap store, people can install apps (not only open source but also proprietary).

Using snap in openSUSE MicroOS Desktop may be a little bit tricky since it's still in Beta right now. This talk will cover Snap in openSUSE MicroOS Desktop from the user perspective, including the experience, how to set up, handling errors, pros, cons, and others.

2021 August 8 - 15:30
30 min
Room 1

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  2. Start Time:
    2021 August 8 15:30

    Room 2