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6.

The ack command tries to add an assertion to the system assertion database.

The assertion may also be a newer revision of a pre-existing assertion that it
will replace.

To succeed the assertion must be valid, its signature verified with a known
public key and the assertion consistent with and its prerequisite in the
database.
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The ack command tries to add an assertion to the system assertion database.

The assertion may also be a newer revision of a pre-existing assertion that it
will replace.

To succeed, the assertion must be valid, its signature verified with a known
public key, and the assertion consistent with its prerequisite in the
database.
Suggested by Anthony Harrington
Located in cmd/snap/cmd_ack.go:40
7.

The advise-snap command searches for and suggests the installation of snaps.

If --command is given, it suggests snaps that provide the given command.
Otherwise it suggests snaps with the given name.
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The advise-snap command searches for and suggests the installation of snaps.

If --command is given, it suggests snaps that provide the given command.
Otherwise it suggests snaps with the given name.
Suggested by Anthony Harrington
Located in cmd/snap/cmd_advise.go:57
8.

The alias command aliases the given snap application to the given alias.

Once this manual alias is setup the respective application command can be
invoked just using the alias.
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The alias command aliases the given snap application to the given alias.

Once this manual alias is setup the respective application command can be
invoked just using the alias.
Suggested by Anthony Harrington
Located in cmd/snap/cmd_alias.go:45
9.

The aliases command lists all aliases available in the system and their status.

$ snap aliases <snap>

Lists only the aliases defined by the specified snap.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_aliases.go:41
10.

The auto-import command searches available mounted devices looking for
assertions that are signed by trusted authorities, and potentially
performs system changes based on them.

If one or more device paths are provided via --mount, these are temporarily
mounted to be inspected as well. Even in that case the command will still
consider all available mounted devices for inspection.

Assertions to be imported must be made available in the auto-import.assert file
in the root of the filesystem.
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The auto-import command searches available mounted devices looking for
assertions that are signed by trusted authorities, and potentially
performs system changes based on them.

If one or more device paths are provided via --mount, these are temporarily
mounted to be inspected as well. Even in that case the command will still
consider all available mounted devices for inspection.

Assertions to be imported must be made available in the auto-import.assert file
in the root of the filesystem.
Suggested by Anthony Harrington
Located in cmd/snap/cmd_auto_import.go:231
12.

The changes command displays a summary of system changes performed recently.
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The changes command displays a summary of system changes performed recently.
Suggested by Anthony Harrington
Located in cmd/snap/cmd_changes.go:35
14.

The confinement command will print the confinement mode (strict,
partial or none) the system operates in.
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The confinement command will print the confinement mode (strict,
partial or none) the system operates in.
Suggested by Anthony Harrington
Located in cmd/snap/cmd_confinement.go:31
19.

The create-key command creates a cryptographic key pair that can be
used for signing assertions.
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The create-key command creates a cryptographic key pair that can be
used for signing assertions.
Suggested by Anthony Harrington
Located in cmd/snap/cmd_create_key.go:41
22.

The delete-key command deletes the local cryptographic key pair with
the given name.
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The delete-key command deletes the local cryptographic key pair with
the given name.
Suggested by Anthony Harrington
Located in cmd/snap/cmd_delete_key.go:41
23.

The disable command disables a snap. The binaries and services of the
snap will no longer be available, but all the data is still available
and the snap can easily be enabled again.
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The disable command disables a snap. The binaries and services of the
snap will no longer be available, but all the data is still available
and the snap can easily be enabled again.
Suggested by Anthony Harrington
Located in cmd/snap/cmd_snap_op.go:119
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Contributors to this translation: Adam Collard, Andi Chandler, Anthony Harrington, Rockworld, Stephan Woidowski.