I’ve been following several topics about Snips installation on Ubuntu.
First off, I have new Ubuntu 18.04 x86_x64 distribution.
I’ve followed this tutorial: https://docs.snips.ai/articles/other-platforms/linux-amd64
Changing incorrect key server “pgp . mit . edu” to “keyserver . ubuntu . com” (thanks to @rootkea) from another thread.
Later on, I’ve created and tested my assistant on console.snips.ai - the console test worked fine, the assistant is very simple one, reacting to some simple words without any complicated logic.
I’ve downloaded the zip file with it.
Next, I’ve deployed my assistant without sam, using this tutorial: https://docs.snips.ai/articles/console/actions/deploy-your-assistant
But when I type in the console “sudo snips-watch -vvv” I just get:
Watching on localhost:1883 (MQTT)
And it’s all - no new entries when I try to wake it up with “Hey Snips!”. As the whole documentation is very Rasberry-centred it’s very hard to even debug this problem. How can I verify where’s the problem and if Snips process the data and is installed correctly?
p.s. I’ve found in another thread (of course for Rasberry Pi) the “snips” command, but on Ubuntu it gives me just (note that I’ve followed the installation tutorials listed above and e.g. “snips-watch” does exists):
Command ‘snips’ not found.