SNAPP placed an activated entry in “Startup Applications”, meaning it should start on reboot, but SNAPP doesn’t do that. The command in the settings is
which doesn’t seem right.
I currently have several different SAFE related directories in ~/.config as well as .safe directory in ~/. (Some may be old and deprecated. Are they?) I’m not sure this is a good place for installing SAFE related stuff. But even if it is, wouldn’t it be better to have just one SAFE directory under ~/.config, and have the others as sub-directories of that?
It would be good to have SNAPP as an entry in the application menu under e.g. “Internet”.
My system is Linux Mint Cinnamon 19.2.
On Linux Mint Debian Edition (LMDE 3) I’m not able to install SNAPP. I believe this is related to what @JPL describes here:
but the solution he suggests doesn’t work for me. Could SNAPP be packaged with all required dependencies?