Traceback (most recent call last): File "c:\users\test12\anaconda3\lib\site-packages\git\__init__.py", line 83, in <module> refresh() File "c:\users\test12\anaconda3\lib\site-packages\git\__init__.py", line 73, in refresh if not Git.refresh(path=path): File "c:\users\test12\anaconda3\lib\site-packages\git\cmd.py", line 278, in refresh raise ImportError(err) ImportError: Bad git executable. The git executable must be specified in one of the following ways: - be included in your $PATH - be set via $GIT_PYTHON_GIT_EXECUTABLE - explicitly set via git.refresh() All git commands will error until this is rectified. This initial warning can be silenced or aggravated in the future by setting the $GIT_PYTHON_REFRESH environment variable. Use one of the following values: - quiet|q|silence|s|none|n|0: for no warning or exception - warn|w|warning|1: for a printed warning - error|e|raise|r|2: for a raised exception
Getting error when I have installed rasa x and trained model and when i type rasa x , it do not work
Hi @machiwal23 which versions are you using? And are you running this locally?
Hi @akelad I have rasa 1.10.3 and rasa -x 0.29.2 version. I am currently doing some POC and will be using this later on our production.
Got it, but how are you starting Rasa X? is this in local mode or deployed on a server?
Hi its local mode
Did you try to connect a git repository from the UI? I don’t think that’s supported at teh moment. Generally I would suggest running Rasa X on a server though.
Thanks @akelad for this info…