1)Put the latest ubuntu-core image for dragonboard on boot (you’ll want a screen and keyboard at least)

You can find the image here http://releases.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-core/16/

Make sure you’re on the latest with the following

ssh$ snap refresh core


2)Then install the mir-libs and mir-kiosk


ssh$ snap install mir-libs --channel=edge
ssh$ snap install mir-kiosk --channel=edge
ssh$ snap install ubuntu-app-platform



3)Using the snap built from this branch


This particular snap


Seemed to work find, download copy over and install

ssh$ snap install webbrowser-app*.snap --devmode --dangerous


4) NOTE: because of bug  you have to do the following, hopefully the pull request will get merged soon and this step we can remove


ssh$ snap disconnect webbrowser-app:mir
ssh$ snap disconnect webbrowser-app:platform
ssh$ snap connect webbrowser-app:mir mir-kiosk:mir
ssh$ snap connect webbrowser-app:platform ubuntu-app-platform:platform
ssh$ snap disable webbrowser-app
ssh$ snap enable webbrowser-app


5) Now launch and use

$ webbrowser-app


If you should experience a crash of the web browser, just restart with the same command. Also, you will see some spew at the console you may ignore from the browser launching related to audio and Qt stuff.


Debugging: if you should find things aren’t working as expected, as in you do not see the web browser. Try rebooting first, which should auto launch mir-kiosk, then repeat the connection process and launching the browser. If that still doesn’t work, inspect all the connections via ssh$ snap interfaces and make sure mir-kiosk:mir-libs, webbrowser-app:mir-kiosk, webbrowser-app:ubuntu-app-platform, webbrowser-app:mir-libs are all connected as expected. Feel free to ping me or others on freenode at #snappy or #ubuntu-unity or #ubuntu-mir