This quick guide assumes you have already set up Auto-GPT. If you haven’t, follow our in-depth guide on the Finxter blog.
./run.sh --help (Linux/macOS) or
.\run.bat --help (Windows) to list command line arguments. For Docker, substitute
docker-compose run --rm auto-gpt in examples.
Common Auto-GPT arguments include:
--prompt-settings <filename>, and
--use-memory <memory-backend>. Short forms such as
--use-memory exist. Substitute any angled brackets (
<>) with your desired values.
Enable Text-to-Speech using
💀 Use continuous mode (potentially hazardous, may run indefinitely) with
./run.sh --continuous. Exit with
🚧 Use Self-Feedback mode (increases token usage, costs) by entering
S in the input field.
Run GPT-3.5 only mode with
./run.sh --gpt3only or set
gpt-3.5-turbo. For GPT-4 only, use
./run.sh --gpt4only (raises API costs).
Find logs in
./output/logs, debug with
Disable commands by setting
.env. For instance, to disable coding features, use:
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