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I'm having a problem in which apparmor denies most snaps from running. This issue started for me yesterday after a handful of updates were installed via Software Updater. Snaps had been running without problems beforehand, and I did not make any intentional system or configuration changes. I'm on Ubuntu 20.04 with snap v.2.49.1 as below:
The 'hello-world' snap executes without problems, but anything else I have installed (LibreOffice, Bitwarden, Only Office, and more) fail similarly. Attempting to run LibreOffice, for example, gives a string of permissions errors shown here.
Attempting to run the suggested command also fails:
The official snap troubleshooting guide suggests examining the output of journalctl, which indicates apparmor is behind the denial as shown here. I'm unfortunately not sure how to use this information.
A few forum posts have indicated that non-standard home directory paths aren't tolerated well. My home directory is on a separate partition from root, but it is still mounted as /home, so I don't think that's a part of the problem.
In the hopes that it would be an easy fix, I fully removed snapd and apparmor with apt purge snapd and apt purge apparmor, then reinstalled them & LibreOffice. No change there; I receive the same error messages. This issue is not limited to LibreOffice; I get the same results with any of the snaps I've tried executing (with the exception of 'hello-world').
I would really appreciate any help you can offer.