tbot supports running on Linux only. Other UNIXes might work but are not tested.
tbot requires at least Python 3.6. Any version older than that will not work.
Install tbot using
$ pip3 install -U --user git+https://email@example.com
If you haven’t done this already, you need to add
tbot supports command line completions. Install them with the following commands:
$ curl --create-dirs -L -o ~/.local/lib/tbot/completions.sh https://github.com/Rahix/tbot/raw/master/completions.sh $ echo "source ~/.local/lib/tbot/completions.sh" >>~/.bashrc
If the above did not work out of the box, take a look at the following list:
tbot not found¶
If your shell complains about the
tbot command not existing, you have
probably forgotten to add
~/.local/bin to your
$PATH. Do this by
adding the following line to your
.bashrc or equivalent:
Installation successful, running
tbot always throws an exception¶
tbot always throws an exception when run (even without any
arguments), try forcing a clean reinstallation:
$ pip3 uninstall tbot $ # In the tbot source directory $ rm -rf build/ dist/ tbot.egg-info/ $ python3 setup.py install --user
Note that paramiko is no longer a required dependency.
If the installation does not work, most likely it is an error when
installing paramiko. I recommend installing paramiko through your distros
package manager (eg.
python3-paramiko for Fedora). If your distros
version of paramiko is too old, you will then need to install paramiko
with pip (after installing the distro package):
$ pip3 install --user paramiko