snapd, the service you need to install to run and manage snaps, is available on many distributions. This page gives an overview of which ones are supported and what their current status is. It also provides installation instructions for each of these distributions.
The following overview shows which version of snapd is available in each of the listed distributions.
|Ubuntu 14.04 LTS||Supported||2.23|
|Ubuntu 16.04 LTS||Supported||2.23|
|Fedora 24||End of Life||2.26.3||devmode, no-classic|
|Fedora 25||Supported||2.27.2||devmode, no-classic|
|Fedora 26||Supported||2.27.2||devmode, no-classic|
|Fedora 27||Supported||2.27.2||devmode, no-classic|
|Fedora Rawhide||Supported||2.27.2||devmode, no-classic|
|CentOS 7||In progress||N/A||devmode, no-classic|
|Arch Linux||Outdated||2.21||devmode, no-classic|
|openSUSE Leap 42.2||Unsupported||2.23.5||N/A|
devmode: confinement technology is not fully supported and all snaps are installed in development mode.
no-classic: because of distribution policy to remove the
/snap directory, snaps
using classic confinement are not supported.