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Export a snapshot to the given filename.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_snapshot.go:105
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Import an exported snapshot set to the system. The snapshot is imported
with a new snapshot ID and can be restored using the restore command.
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The console-conf-start command starts synchronization with console-conf

This command is used by console-conf when it starts up. It delays refreshes if
there are none currently ongoing, and exits with a specific error code if there
are ongoing refreshes which console-conf should wait for before prompting the
user to begin configuring the device.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_routine_console_conf.go:40
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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 file-access command returns information about a snap's file system access.

This command is used by the xdg-document-portal service to identify
files that do not need to be proxied to provide access within
confinement.

File paths are interpreted as host file system paths. The tool may
return false negatives (e.g. report that a file path is unreadable,
despite being readable under a different path). It also does not
check if file system permissions would render a file unreadable.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_routine_file_access.go:43
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The install command installs the named snaps on the system.

To install multiple instances of the same snap, append an underscore and a
unique identifier (for each instance) to a snap's name.

With no further options, the snaps are installed tracking the stable channel,
with strict security confinement.

Revision choice via the --revision override requires the user to
have developer access to the snap, either directly or through the
store's collaboration feature, and to be logged in (see 'snap help login').

Note that a later refresh will typically undo a revision override, taking the snap
back to the current revision of the channel it's tracking.

Use --name to set the instance name when installing from snap file.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_snap_op.go:52
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The reboot command reboots the system into a particular mode of the selected
recovery system.

When called without a system label and without a mode it will just
trigger a regular reboot.

When called without a system label but with a mode it will use the
current system to enter the given mode.

Note that "recover" and "run" modes are only available for the
current system.
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The recovery command lists the available recovery systems.

With --show-keys it displays recovery keys that can be used to unlock the encrypted partitions if the device-specific automatic unlocking does not work.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_recovery.go:43
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The refresh command updates the specified snaps, or all snaps in the system if
none are specified.

With no further options, the snaps are refreshed to the current revision of the
channel they're tracking, preserving their confinement options.

Revision choice via the --revision override requires the user to
have developer access to the snap, either directly or through the
store's collaboration feature, and to be logged in (see 'snap help login').

Note a later refresh will typically undo a revision override.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_snap_op.go:83
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The remove command removes the named snap instance from the system.

By default all the snap revisions are removed, including their data and the
common data directory. When a --revision option is passed only the specified
revision is removed.

Unless automatic snapshots are disabled, a snapshot of all data for the snap is
saved upon removal, which is then available for future restoration with snap
restore. The --purge option disables automatically creating snapshots.
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Contributors to this translation: Adolfo Jayme, Alex, Arturo Muñiz, Daniel, Daniel Tamez Gil, Daniel Vargas, Demuxer, Hector A. Mantellini, Leo Arias, Paco Molinero, Reinaldo Espinosa, Ricardo Pérez López, Rodrigo Lledó, aitor.