Hi y’all, I thought I’d ask before I break something.
Here is my
snap list output:
Name Version Rev Tracking Publisher Notes
bare 1.0 5 latest/stable canonical✓ base
core 16-2.57.2 13886 latest/stable canonical✓ core
core18 20221027 2620 latest/stable canonical✓ base
core20 20221027 1695 latest/stable canonical✓ base
gnome-3-34-1804 0+git.3556cb3 77 latest/stable canonical✓ -
gnome-3-38-2004 0+git.6f39565 119 latest/stable canonical✓ -
gtk-common-themes 0.1-81-g442e511 1535 latest/stable canonical✓ -
i2pd 2.43.0 363 latest/stable supervillain disabled
snapd 2.57.4 17336 latest/stable canonical✓ snapd
Is it safe to remove core 18 and gnome-3-34-1804 snap packages?
How could I tell that neither of them are in use by the system?
Appreciate your input
You should first run:
snap connections core18
snap connections gnome-3-34-1804
The above commands will show you which of your installed snaps depend on
If no snaps depend on them, you can safely remove them using:
snap remove core18 gnome-3-34-1804
In the opposite case, if you remove them, you will have broken snap packages.
Related (from Ask Ubuntu)
I’ll throw in another option… because all I see in your
snap list command is
i2pd, you could also remove all snaps and install
i2pd from flathub. You could entirely get rid of snap, unless you prefer snap over flatpaks (flatpak is the default Fedora sandboxing system).
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