To get started with debugging fig, run
If you're seeing strange errors in your shell immediately after installing fig, there may be something misconfigured.
Always start debugging by running this command:
If your autocomplete isn't working, check out the autocomplete debugging guide.
This is probably because Fig didn't install properly. The most common cause is that your user account doesn't "own" particular folders in your home directory that Fig uses.
Fig expects to be able to write to the following folders:
To find out if this is the problem for you, run this command:
ls -la ~ | grep '.local'
Does that output have your username in it, or does it say
root? If it says
root, run the commands below to change the owner to yourself and retry
installing the files.
sudo chown -R $(id -un) ~/.local fig install # TODO: is this right?
fig doctor was unable to find an issue:
- Restarting Fig and try again:
- Restart your terminal and try again (⌘Q)
fig issueand follow the prompts
fig issue will pre-fill an issue template on GitHub. We can follow up
with you there.