I installed KiCad 6.0 on Ubuntu 20.04 as it was told here - Install on Ubuntu | KiCad EDA by command line, when I want to add library as it was told here - Getting Started in KiCad | 6.0 | English | Documentation | KiCad
- Select the Project Specific table. Click the file browser button below the table. You need to find where the official KiCad libraries are installed on your computer. Look for a
librarydirectory containing a hundred of
.libfiles. Try in
C:\Program Files (x86)\KiCad\share\(Windows) and
/usr/share/kicad/library/(Linux). When you have found the directory, choose and add the ‘MCU_Microchip_PIC12.lib’ library and close the window. It will be added to the end of of the list. Now click its nickname and change it to ‘microchip_pic12mcu’. Close the Symbol Libraries window with OK.
I found there was no folder “library”, and most of the folders under “kicad” were empty, how to fix this?