Ubuntu Core Conceptual guides
Our Conceptual guides are written to provide a better understanding of how Ubuntu Core works and how it can be used and configured. They enable you to expand your knowledge and become better at Ubuntu Core.
|Conceptual guides||Why it does what it does|
|Snaps in Ubuntu Core||Discover which snaps Ubuntu Core is built upon|
|Refresh control||Updates that are finely managed and controlled|
|Security and sandboxing||Understanding security policies and configuration|
For a simpler place to start your Ubuntu Core journey, our tutorials section contains step-by-step tutorials to help outline what Ubuntu Core is capable of while helping you achieve specific aims, such as installing Ubuntu Core or building a custom image for your device.
If you have a specific goal, but are already familiar with Ubuntu Core, our How-to guides have more in-depth detail than our tutorials and can be applied to a broader set of applications. They’ll help you achieve an end-result but may require you to understand and adapt the steps to fit your specific requirements.
Take a look at our Reference section when you need to know which options can be used, what functions the API supports, which rescue modes are supported and the contends of gadget.yaml,
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