"Snaps are containerised software packages that are simple to create and install. They auto-update and are safe to run. And because they bundle their dependencies, they work on all major Linux systems without modification." - snapcraft.io
The official ZeroTier Snap package supports
i386. It's generally pretty easy to install:
By default Snap will install packages from the
stable channel. You can optionally install from other channels if you want a feature that hasn't made it into
candidatewill immediately track each new tagged version
stablewill only track versions that have been out for some time without known issues.
If you see the following:
Try re-issuing the command with
sudo. If that doesn't work try using the interactive form
sudo -i and then re-attempt:
On some Raspbian systems you may see the following:
This can safely be ignored. This is unrelated to the ZeroTier snap package. See this Snapcraft forum post for more context.
Special thanks goes to the open source community for initially developing and maintaining this package.