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Recommended installers

Fireback comes with MSI intallers for Windows, Packages for mac, and Debian packages for ubuntu. Installers will register the binary in the PATH and are recommended way to install:

Macosx installers:

https://github.com/torabian/fireback/releases/latest/download/fireback_silicon_arm64.pkg https://github.com/torabian/fireback/releases/latest/download/fireback_intel_amd64.pkg

Windows msi installers:

https://github.com/torabian/fireback/releases/latest/download/fireback_win_amd64_installer.msi https://github.com/torabian/fireback/releases/latest/download/fireback_win_arm64_installer.msi

Debian installers:

https://github.com/torabian/fireback/releases/latest/download/fireback-amd64.deb https://github.com/torabian/fireback/releases/latest/download/fireback-arm64.deb

Vscode extension

Gives you fireback assist, such as Module3 auto completion https://github.com/torabian/fireback/releases/latest/download/fireback-tools.vsix

Using 'go install'

You can install fireback using go install github.com/torabian/fireback/cmd/fireback@latest This would install it from source, and should be available in go/bin folder. Sometimes, your go/bin folder is not in your path, you need to add it. (Also check the next section)

You might need to add the go/bin to your path, for example mac or linux:

echo 'export PATH="$PATH:$HOME/go/bin"' >> ~/.bashrc && source ~/.bashrc

If your system is reporting that the fireback command is missing, make sure you have followed the Go installation guide correctly. Normally, it means that the go/bin directory in your User's home directory is not in the PATH environment variable. You will also normally need to close and reopen any open command prompts so that changes to the environment made by the installer are reflected at the command prompt.