Hugo on 22.04 sanity timeout expired

my hugo stopped working from 20.4 to 21.4. Giving me the error message:

> sanity timeout expired: Interrupted system call
> cannot perform operation: mount --rbind /mnt /tmp/snap.rootfs_qe7PLK//mnt: No such device

I updated and upgraded apt, then upgraded snap and then reinstalled hugo,

sudo snap remove hugo
hugo removed
sudo snap install hugo
hugo 0.125.2 from Hugo Authors installed

as the hugo env command does not work i am attaching my system from neofetch:

OS: Pop!_OS 22.04 LTS x86_64
Host: TECRA Z50-A PT544E-042039CZ
Kernel: 6.8.0-76060800daily20240311-generic
Uptime: 8 mins
Packages: 2359 (dpkg), 7 (flatpak), 13 (snap)
Shell: bash 5.1.16
Resolution: 1920x1080, 1920x1080
DE: GNOME 42.5
WM: Mutter
WM Theme: Pop
Theme: Pop-dark [GTK2/3]
Icons: Pop [GTK2/3]
Terminal: gnome-terminal
CPU: Intel i5-4210U (4) @ 2.700GHz
GPU: Intel Haswell-ULT
Memory: 1700MiB / 7868MiB

Thanks for your help
The Curious Mechanobiologist

Please try with a different app:

sudo snap install hello-world
hello world

You should see:

Hello World!

Also run snap list | grep core and paste the results below.

Thank you for your reply,
here is the response, so it is not hugo problem, but snap problem?

vld@pop-os:~$ sudo snap install hello-world
[sudo] password for vld: 
hello-world 6.4 from Canonical✓ installed
vld@pop-os:~$ hello-world
cannot perform operation: mount --rbind /mnt /tmp/snap.rootfs_KWU8Dh//mnt: No such device
vld@pop-os:~$ snap list | grep core
core                16-2.61.2        16928  latest/stable  canonical**   core
core20              20240227         2264   latest/stable  canonical**   base
core22              20240111         1122   latest/stable  canonical**   base

Yes, it’s a snap problem. The hello-world snap is a test snap published by Canonical.

Thank you @jmooring,
have you encountered this problem somwhere previously?
I searched for hugo snapd error on

  1. google
  2. ubuntu forum (which website is simply overwhelming)

but could not find anything helpful to solve this problem.
In case you would like to share an idea what to do/where to look would be appreciated.

Anyway, thank you very much for your help in your (most likely?) free time.

Best regards

I would search here…

…and create a new topic if necessary.