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A Raspberry Pi-based Pi-enabled desktop has a number of advantages over the Raspberry Pi 3, including more power and better speed.
But that’s not the case if you’re a Snapchat user.
Snapchat isn’t yet available for the Pi, so we’ve installed an Ubuntu 16.04 Snapchat account to try it out.
This means that you’ll have to manually install it on your computer, which will take a while.
You can download a snapchat app from the Google Play store here and sign in with your Snapchat username, password, and phone number.
Installing the snapchat application on the Pi means installing a number a few things.
You’ll need to set up a RaspberryPi as well as some other devices, and we’ve got a tutorial for that here.
First, install the Pi software and the RaspberryPi software package: sudo apt-get install rpi-builder sudo aptitude install rpibootmgrsudo apt-key adv –keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com –recv 192.168.0.100 sudo apt install snapchat-serversudo snapchat install sudo snapchat update Install the Ubuntu 16 to Ubuntu Pi image and install the Snapchat app: sudo snap install ubuntu-16.04.1-amd64 snapchat –version snapchat_version 1.0-beta1 sudo snap snap install snap-chat-dev sudo snap add snapchat snapchat add snap-mgr snap add snapserver ubuntu_220.127.116.11 sudo update-rc.d snap install sudo rebootOnce you’ve installed the Ubuntu Snapchat package and installed the Pi app, you’ll be able to log in to your Pi by using the Ubuntu Desktop and typing your Snapchat login.
You should see your username, phone number, and email address on the screen, and you’ll get a “Welcome to Snapchat” message.
This is your Pi’s screen.
Tap on “Login” and enter your username and password, then tap “Sign in” to the login screen.
You’re good to go.
You’ll be prompted to confirm your login.
The Pi is connected to your Ubuntu Pi’s Ethernet network, so if you tap “Continue” it will restart.
You will be asked to choose a location to save your photo, and select “Settings” in the “Settings Menu” to save the settings.
You can delete your photo and upload it elsewhere by tapping “Done” or “Delete” in that same “Settings menu.”