Snappy installed on several Ubuntu 86_64 16.04 LTS systems without any problems, but we install snap separately for each user, not under a common directory in
/usr/local. For example:
$ ~/snap/bin/snappy-conf /usr/bin/python2.7
Configuring SNAP-Python interface...
Done. The SNAP-Python interface is located in '/home/gwhite/.snap/snap-python/snappy'
When using SNAP from Python, either do: sys.path.append('/home/gwhite/.snap/snap-python')
or copy the 'snappy' module into your Python's 'site-packages' directory.
If you want the snappy module in
site-packages, you can do something like:
$ sudo mv ~/.snap/snap-python/snappy /usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/
Did the user that ran
snappy-conf have appropriate permissions to write into the