I tried installing the snap beta (Ubuntu 20.10 64 bit) and it seems to have failed.
when run the first time, it looks like it was updating python (PIP?) and then stopped somewhere.
when I try to run mycroft from the desktop, nothing.
From the terminal I get:
/snap/mycroft/1078/bin/mycroft-launch: line 92: mycroft-cli-client: command not found Stopping all processes... mycroft-skills: no process found mycroft-enclosure-client: no process found mycroft-speech-client: no process found mycroft-audio: no process found Stopped
logs that I found:
==> snap/mycroft/common/logs/audio.log <==
/snap/mycroft/1078/bin/snapcraft-preload: 6: exec: mycroft-audio: not found
==> snap/mycroft/common/logs/bus.log <== /snap/mycroft/1078/bin/snapcraft-preload: 6: exec: mycroft-messagebus: not found ==> snap/mycroft/common/logs/enclosure.log <== /snap/mycroft/1078/bin/snapcraft-preload: 6: exec: mycroft-enclosure-client: not found ==> snap/mycroft/common/logs/skills.log <== /snap/mycroft/1078/bin/snapcraft-preload: 6: exec: mycroft-skills: not found ==> snap/mycroft/common/logs/voice.log <== /snap/mycroft/1078/bin/snapcraft-preload: 6: exec: mycroft-speech-client: not found
So it looks like the installation is broken, (why I don’t know) but short of uninstalling and re-installing (I’m away and only have 2Mbps broadband here so it’s v slow, maybe problems with that broke the install…) there seems to be no repair option.
I had previously successfully installed via git, (but only on its own partition, in Xubuntu, because of a clash with libjack-jackd2-0 which it wants to uninstall, which would break blender, gnome and several other things I use. This is a separate issue - why does it need a library that clashes with something used by so many commonly used things?)
Many thanks in advance for any suggestions