In a new post up on the Myriad-RF blog, Josh Blum introduces the snap packaging format and takes us through the basics of creating, building, and installing snaps. He then goes on to explore a few more advanced topics, such as the security model and use of environmental variables.
If you’re running Ubuntu 16.04, you can follow Josh’s instructions and install an initial selection of LimeSDR-enabled apps. Running a previous version of Ubuntu or another distribution altogether? No need to fear as the snapd software required to install and manage snaps is also available packaged for Arch, Debian, Fedora, Gentoo, and others, or alternatively can be built from source!
Andrew and the LimeSDR Team