The snapd-control interface
snapd-control interface enables snap management, such as snap installation, removal and refresh-control by communicating with the snapd daemon.
Due to its ability to permit the installation any snap at potentially any confinement level,
snapd-control is primarily intended to be used by brand store owners as they will typically already have full access to their devices.
Consequently, consumers of this interface require approval for distribution via the Snap Store, and this approval is only likely to be given under strict and specific circumstances.
refresh-schedule(plug): can be set to
managedto signal an intention to permit manual refreshes for the snap:
plugs: snapd: interface: snapd-control refresh-schedule: managed
Permitting a manual refresh is a 3 stage process with the above being the first stage. The second stage is to connect the interface, effectively granting permission for refresh management while the third is to set the following core system setting:
sudo snap set core refresh.schedule=managed
The last step activates the manual refresh option, skipping upcoming refresh attempts. These values are rechecked and reconfirmed before every future refresh attempt. If any of the steps stop being true, the snap refresh proceeds.
The test code can be found in the snapd repository: https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/blob/master/interfaces/builtin/snapd_control.go
The source code for the interface is in the snapd repository: https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/blob/master/interfaces/builtin/snapd_control_test.go
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