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Packaged CLI Client from Neon, Mycroft, and OVOS cores

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Neon CLI Client

This is a lightly modified client from mycroft-core. The CLI can be accessed from a terminal via neon-cli.

CLI Usage

By default, the CLI will use default parameters to connect to a Neon/Mycroft/OVOS Core instance running on the local host. The following arguments may be passed to override defaults. This information is also accessible via neon-cli --help.


The default may be replaced with a different IP address if connecting to a remote core instance. Note that the messagebus carries unencrypted data, so enabling remote access is not generally recommended

--port 8181

The default 8181 may be replaced with a different port if the messagebus service was configured to use a non-default port.

--lang en-us

The language of CLI inputs and expected responses can be set by passing a BCP-47 language code here.

--logs-dir ~/.local/state/neon/

The default log directory is read from configuration, but it may be overridden here. This is commonly set for Docker connections, where the log path on the host is not configured for the CLI client.


This flag will enable a simple text-based CLI showing only inputs and responses. This can be useful if the default CLI doesn't display properly in a terminal.

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