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[tab]- %s as %s
TRANSLATORS: the first %s is a snap command (e.g. "hello-world.echo"), the second is the alias
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_alias.go:116
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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.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_advise.go:57
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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
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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.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_auto_import.go:231
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The confinement command will print the confinement mode (strict,
partial or none) the system operates in.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_confinement.go:31
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The connections command lists connections between plugs and slots
in the system.

Unless <snap> is provided, the listing is for connected plugs and
slots for all snaps in the system. In this mode, pass --all to also
list unconnected plugs and slots.

$ snap connections <snap>

Lists connected and unconnected plugs and slots for the specified
snap.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_connections.go:42
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The create-cohort command creates a set of cohort keys for a given set of snaps.

A cohort is a view or snapshot of a snap's "channel map" at a given point in
time that fixes the set of revisions for the snap given other constraints
(e.g. channel or architecture). The cohort is then identified by an opaque
per-snap key that works across systems. Installations or refreshes of the snap
using a given cohort key would use a fixed revision for up to 90 days, after
which a new set of revisions would be fixed under that same cohort key and a
new 90 days window started.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_create_cohort.go:30
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The create-key command creates a cryptographic key pair that can be
used for signing assertions.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_create_key.go:41
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The disconnect command disconnects a plug from a slot.
It may be called in the following ways:

$ snap disconnect <snap>:<plug> <snap>:<slot>

Disconnects the specific plug from the specific slot.

$ snap disconnect <snap>:<slot or plug>

Disconnects everything from the provided plug or slot.
The snap name may be omitted for the core snap.

When an automatic connection is manually disconnected, its disconnected state
is retained after a snap refresh. The --forget flag can be added to the
disconnect command to reset this behaviour, and consequently re-enable
an automatic reconnection after a snap refresh.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_disconnect.go:41
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The download command downloads the given snap and its supporting assertions
to the current directory with .snap and .assert file extensions, respectively.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_download.go:51
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Contributors to this translation: HYUNJUN SON, Hojun Kim, JeongsikAn, JungHee Lee, Junsu Kim, KIM DONGWON, KimEoJin, Kjwon15, Lee Jongyoung (MARU), Nicole Choi, Peter J, Sangwon Hong, TAESEONG KIM, Yongmin Hong, Youngjae Yu, eunchong lee, jongwon.lee, khj, minwook shin, seo suchan.