Agilicus Connector – Snap



Agilicus Connector Snap

Install on Ubuntu Core

The Agilicus Connector is packaged for Ubuntu Core20 on X86_64 and AARCH64.


Overview: Agilicus Connector – Snap

The Agilicus Connector is available as a multi-arch snap (X86_64 and AARCH64/ARM64). It is not currently published to Snapcraft, so it must be side-loaded.

The installation steps are

  1. Download the snap .
  2. Create a Connector in the Agilicus Admin
  3. Set 2 snap parameters (code, id) as given from the Agilicus Admin

At this stage the Agilicus Connector should be running and should stay up to date.


Agilicus Connector - Snap

Download the snap from the Agilicus website ( Install it with sudo snap install agilicus-connector_multi.snap --devmode --dangerous. This will make it unconstrained. NOTE: work is underway to restrict and publish.

In the Agilicus Admin, use Resources/New to create your connector (or Resources/Overview to re-install if you are debugging and iterating). NOTE: if you do uninstall and re-install, remember to delete the stale instance.

On the Install screen, use the ‘Manual’ instructions. You will copy the challenge-id parameter, and then run sudo snap set agilicus-connector of it. You will then copy the challenge-code, and run sudo snap set agilicus-connector setup.code=XXXX of it. See the below image.

At this stage, the Agilicus connector should start automatically. You may see its logs as sudo snap logs -f agilicus-connector

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You should see your Connector transition to ‘Good’. You may also check the statistics on the action menu. A good first service to try is a ‘share’ since it will run entirely within the Snap. You might then try reaching a service on the host running the Agilicus Connector – Snap.


  1. Ensure that the time is synced via NTP on the device running the snap. The cryptography has a ‘not-before’ time that requires proper time sync.
  2. Ensure the device is able to reach (, ( on HTTPS port 443. You may test this with: curl and
  3. If you use your own domain, and run split-horizon DNS, ensure it properly resolves the CNAME.