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The alias command aliases the given snap application to the given alias.

Once this manual alias is setup the respective application command can be
invoked just using the alias.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_alias.go:45
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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.

An alias noted as undefined means it was explicitly enabled or disabled but is
not defined in the current revision of the snap, possibly temporarily (e.g.
because of a revert). This can cleared with 'snap alias --reset'.
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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:253
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The buy command buys a snap from the store.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_buy.go:33
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The changes command displays a summary of system changes performed recently.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_changes.go:35
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The check-snapshot command verifies the user, system and configuration
data of the snaps included in the specified snapshot.

The check operation runs the same data integrity verification that is
performed when a snapshot is restored.

By default, this command checks all the data in a snapshot.
Alternatively, you can specify the data of which snaps to check, or
for which users, or a combination of these.

If a snap is included in a check-snapshot operation, excluding its
system and configuration data from the check is not currently
possible. This restriction may be lifted in the future.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_snapshot.go:76
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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 connect command connects a plug to a slot.
It may be called in the following ways:

$ snap connect <snap>:<plug> <snap>:<slot>

Connects the provided plug to the given slot.

$ snap connect <snap>:<plug> <snap>

Connects the specific plug to the only slot in the provided snap that matches
the connected interface. If more than one potential slot exists, the command
fails.

$ snap connect <snap>:<plug>

Connects the provided plug to the slot in the core snap with a name matching
the plug name.
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Located in cmd/snap/cmd_connect.go:37
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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 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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