Ubuntu Core Stacks is a set of snap packages that offer system-level functionality that enables important core system-level features not offered by the base Ubuntu Core system. With little to no additional effort, these snaps can be dropped in place on existing systems bringing significant new value to these systems. These snaps have been well tested in various commercial offerings and are actively maintained by an internal Canonical team.
Please note that some additional integration work to these snaps may be required if new applications of these snaps diverges significantly from existing applications.
Ubuntu Core Stacks currently offers the following areas of functionality relevant to many different types of Ubuntu Core-based systems:
- Audio management
- Bluetooth device management
- Disk management
- Easy OpenVPN
- Location services
- Multimedia management
- Cellular modem device data management
- Network interface management (both wired and wireless)
- Power management for battery-operated devices
- TPM Reference
- WiFi Access Point (AP)
- Extensive manual and automatic testing framework for above functionality via Plainbox and Spread
Please see the following documentation which covers how to retrieve and submit sources from Launchpad using git: getting and pushing code