-bash: mycroft-config: command not found


So. I haven’t had my beastie on in a while, but I was reading about turning on Watson. I cranked up the Mark I and gave it the sudo apt update / sudo apt full-upgrade and attempted to follow the instructions for enabling Watson TTS, but there’s no mycroft-config command.

$ mycroft-config edit user
-bash: mycroft-config: command not found

$ lsb_release -a
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Raspbian
Description:    Raspbian GNU/Linux 8.0 (jessie)
Release:        8.0
Codename:       jessie

$ dpkg -l | grep "^ii  mycroft" | cut -b -78
ii  mycroft-core                 20.2.1+1585255016     armhf 
ii  mycroft-mark-1               1585256306            armhf 
ii  mycroft-python:armhf         3.7.4-1               armhf 
ii  mycroft-wifi-setup           1585256161            armhf 

Thinking it might be squirreled away in some virtual environment or some such, I searched the entire file system but could not find it.

I can edit the config by hand, but would rather bring the system in line with the documentation on your site.

Thoughts? Thanks!

mycroft-config is just a bash script somewhere in the mycroft-core folder. (Search for it, can’t do it for you on the phone). You can/need to add that folder to your $PATH variable. (Or manually run it from there)

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As mentioned in chat, it’s also not on mark1 images by default.

Ah, then I think those bash files I talked about might be in the picroft-enclosure repo.

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