Canonical’s Snappy Team Releases Snapd 2.24 with Many Cross-Distro Improvements

Snapd 2.24 comes five weeks after the release of the 2.23 stable series of the Snappy daemon, which provides support for installing Snap packages in a Linux-based operating system. It doesn’t appear to be a major release, despite the new version number, but it focuses mainly on new features than bug fixes. Among the new features and improvements implemented in the Snapd 2.24 release, we can mention lots of cross-distro enhancements, especially for the Fedora Linux operating system, better internal interfaces code, the ability to allow chroot in base templates, and the addition of the maliit, joystick, and autopilot new interfaces.