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TIL: Disable Snap Daemon in Archlinux

Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you.
— Princess Diana.

Hi guys, one day I woke up and I just don’t want to use Snap apps anymore. So how do I remove it from my workstation? Here are the things I’ve did to completely removed it from my workstation.

In order to disable Snap apps on your workstation you must first list all snap services and the included PID (Process Identifier) sockets running.

systemctl list-unit-files | grep snap

After you listed all of it, you must disable all known snap services. Below is just a gist of running snap services on my workstation (on Fedora Linux).

sudo systemctl disable snapd.service  
sudo systemctl disable snapd.seeded.service  
sudo systemctl disable snapd.socket  
sudo systemctl disable var-lib-snapd-snap-core-6130.mount

After you completed the steps above you must then restart your workstation for a much more cleaner startup.

So guys, if you have any problem running the above command let me know? That’s it guys as always live life and hope you enjoyed this article!

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