Rasa X setup in Virtual Environment


I Just started working with rasa, coming from manual solutions in python and my experience has been great so far with Rasa X.

I configured an environment on a Debian machine for my bot development with local libraries and so on and successfully installed and runned Rasa X more than once.

Now I’m going more in depth in the configurations. I went to create a user to avoid copy/pasting passwords as in rasa X docs, but I could not find rasa_x_commands.py neither in my /etc (there’s no rasa folder there) nor in my virtualenv/bin folder.

How can this be configured?

Hi @Sirsirious I’m afraid this functionality is part of the enterprise edition. The community edition just has a default password, and no individual users.