I have been trying to configure SNAP for use in Python scripts. This is the documentation I was following : https://senbox.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/SNAP/pages/50855941/Configure+Python+to+use+the+SNAP-Python+snappy+interface.
However as the document says go to the bin folder of installation directory. I have not been able to find any such folder.
As a result I am not able to run the following command : $ ./snappy-conf
Can anyone help as to how to configure in Ubuntu.
During SNAP installation you have the choice where SNAP should be installed.
Mine is at
Maybe yours too?
If you don’t have
~/snap/bin/snappy-conf there are ways to search your storage for
- slow, no configuration needed, and you will get lots of permission denied messages:
$ find / -name "snappy-conf"
- fast, but may require some setup to generate an index that will be useful for other searches:
$ locate snappy-conf
You may get a message telling to run some setup to create a filename database, if you have problems, see https://askubuntu.com/questions/215503/how-to-install-the-locate-command