UPDATE: No, it is not safe to delete these snaps. I deleted them and can no longer open three of my applications. Attempt at opening Visual Studio Code:
internal error, please report: running "code" failed: cannot find installed snap "code" at revision 33: missing file /snap/code/33/meta/snap.yaml
The snaps in
/var/lib/snapd/snaps are taking up 2.0 GB of space on my disk right now. I want to clear up space, but I'm not sure if deleting these snaps is safe (if so, can I just run
sudo rm -rf *?)
This is what I see when I run
code_32.snap gnome-3-28-1804_116.snap gnome-logs_93.snap code_33.snap gnome-3-34-1804_27.snap gnome-system-monitor_135.snap core18_1705.snap gnome-3-34-1804_33.snap gnome-system-monitor_145.snap core18_1754.snap gnome-calculator_730.snap gtk-common-themes_1502.snap core_8935.snap gnome-calculator_748.snap gtk-common-themes_1506.snap core_9066.snap gnome-characters_495.snap partial discord_109.snap gnome-characters_539.snap spotify_36.snap gnome-3-28-1804_110.snap gnome-logs_100.snap spotify_41.snap
What are the
gnome, code, and
I've installed discord and spotify. Will deleting the
spotify snaps lead to any issues with opening those applications?
I'm using Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS.