The commandline "shell" mode doesn't work I think. Do individual commands from the unix shell, like
or whatever instead of invoking opentx or ot and doing commands from its own prompt.
In ~/.ot is a commandline mode defaults file where you can set your default server and nym, and other things that you probably don't want to default.
Otherwise you need --server and --mynym and so on on the commandline.
Some commands work. For example stats, addserver, newnym and so on. But as soon as i have to enter a nym-id or a server-id i dont know what to enter.
Missing variable: Server. Try adding it as a parameter, like this: --server <SER
(Or if you prefer, set the default in ~/.ot/command-line-ot.opt)
NOTE: If you DID provide this variable, then the Nym wasn't found.
stat shows my nym as "New Nym". And this time i had to enter my password on starting ot too. So the nym is ok i think.
So it seems i have to use it something like showmarkets --server <serverid>
Only thing is, i dont find out how to enter.
showmarkets --server wmY1B8o94PFENzqPVK6wLOLvkog9TvA3GDxZuAMGCpW
showmarkets --server <wmY1B8o94PFENzqPVK6wLOLvkog9TvA3GDxZuAMGCpW>
showmarkets --server 0
showmarkets --server <0>
showmarkets --server <Digitalis>
showmarkets --server Digitalis
It always only shows such errormessages:
Undefined command: "showmarkets --server Digitalis" -- Try 'list'.
But i dont have a clue what other ID could be meant. Or how i should enter that ID then.