Before Fuzzing, Make Sure You Start the Daemon
To use the Visual Studio Code extension or the command line tools installed by the suite, you must first run the server behind them with the command
Optionally you can modify the logs verbosity flag with -v2 or any other number, and --logtostderr.
ci-daemon --alsologtostderr -v=2
Running the ci-daemon as root is not recommended since it can lead to problems when VS Code tries to connect to it. Furthermore, it is a good security practice to run software with the least privilege.
Mounted Home Directory
If you have your home directory mounted from another drive/location, you have to start the ci-daemon telling it, where the mounted folder is:
HOME="/WHERE/YOUR/HOME/FOLDER/IS" ci-daemon --alsologtostderr -v=2