I am working with environment value, $PATH. And I found that $PATH includes /snap/bin directory which does not exist. What does the path work? Can I remove it from $PATH or should I leave it?
Please give me your suggestion. Thank you very much?
It is a new-new Canonical thing to bundle and distribute applications. See for example this developer link by Canonical.
Personally, I also find it somewhat odd that they went into the top-level via
/snap but Oh well.
I may yet come to use it one. So far plain
docker serves me well, besides of course building
.deb package the old-fashioned way.
As for removing the
PATH entry: it only saves you a few bytes, plus nanoseconds in lookups and may break a future deployment involving snaps. Your box, your call. I left mine.