Repost from Stackoverflow; I read a comment which directed me here saying it would be more helpful.
Just set up nvim; unfortunately, the following error is plaguing the setup. Whenever I try to install or change plugins or use Vimtex, it will throw the same error message just about everywhere: /usr/bin/bash: /s: No such file or directory. Similar error occurs when I use :checkhealth; the exact error message is below:
## terminal - ERROR: command failed: infocmp -L /usr/bin/bash: /s: No such file or directory
Additionally, I am using Windows, and here is my config file (switched to a minimal config to see if things would change, but the issue still persists):
set backspace=2 " backspace in insert mode works like normal editor syntax on " syntax highlighting filetype indent on " activates indenting for files set autoindent " auto indenting set number " line numbers colorscheme desert " colorscheme desert set nobackup " get rid of anoying ~file filetype plugin indent on " show existing tab with 4 spaces width set tabstop=4 " when indenting with '>', use 4 spaces width set shiftwidth=4 " On pressing tab, insert 4 spaces set expandtab
Does anyone know what is causing the error and how to fix it? Would greatly appreciate it!