cmd not defined for "sumneko_lua". You must manually set cmd in the setup{} call according to

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  • nvim-lspinstall

    Provides the missing :LspInstall for nvim-lspconfig

    I'm trying to edit a lua file, and got this error which I realize is because I didn't have the Lua language server installed. So using the LspInstall plugin, I did :LspInstall lua which was successful.

  • lua-language-server

    A language server that offers Lua language support - programmed in Lua

    Follow the instructions of, I installed the lua language servers, then I put the below in ~/.config/nvim/lua/sumneko_lua.lua:

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  • nvim-lua-guide

    A guide to using Lua in Neovim

    I haven't used lua files before, so following the instructions of this guide, I put require('sumneko_lua') to reference the .lua file I made.

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