Problems with 'jag scan' not finding devices

If jag scan doesn't find any devices, you can always specify the IP address of the ESP32 directly. This can be done by running the following command:

jag scan <ip-address>

You can find a device's IP address by looking at the serial output of the ESP32.

Providing an IP address directly to jag scan will let Jaguar try to contact the device directly. If found, it will make it the default device for future commands.

Are your computer and ESP32 on different networks?
Is your operating system Windows?

Can't provide assets to jag run -d host

When running on the local machine with jag run -d host, Jaguar doesn't support providing assets with --assets. This is a limitation of Jaguar and there is currently no workaround.