The Snappy Ubuntu Core for Raspberry Pi 2 Has Been Updated

As you may know, Canonical has created a special Ubuntu Snappy Core image for the Raspberry Pi 2 ARM mini computer, to help the users familiarize with Ubuntu for the Internet of Things OS.

The Snappy Ubuntu Core has been updated a lot lately, adding fixes for node-snapper, a tutorial for node-to-snap, enhanced chatroom snap, and the Snappy Tools PPA has been updated with the latest .snap packages.

The Snappy Ubuntu Core for Raspberry Pi 2 Has Been Updated

The latest changes have been implemented in the Snappy Ubuntu Core Image for Raspberry Pi 2 also, and it can be downloaded from people.canonical.com/~platform/snappy/raspberrypi2/.

If you are an Ubuntu enthusiast and want to help the developers, you can install and test Ubuntu Snappy Core on your Raspberry Pi 2 and report the bugs you find.

To get Ubuntu Snappy Core ready for Raspberry Pi 2, see this article.

 

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