sudo docker login nvcr.io Authenticating with existing credentials... WARNING! Your password will be stored unencrypted in /home/ubuntu/.docker/config.json. Configure a credential helper to remove this warning. See https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/commandline/login/#credentials-store Login Succeeded ubuntu@ip-172-31-20-75:~$ sudo docker run --gpus all --rm --mount 'type=volume,source=empty,target=/omniverse-kit/_build/linux-x86_64/release/extensions/extensions-other/omni/isaac/samples' -p 5000:22 -p 47995-48012:47995-48012/udp -p 47995-48012:47995-48012/tcp -p 49000-49007:49000-49007/tcp -p 49000-49007:49000-49007/udp nvcr.io/omniverse/isaac-public/isaac-sim:2020.1_preview Unable to find image 'nvcr.io/omniverse/isaac-public/isaac-sim:2020.1_preview' locally docker: Error response from daemon: pull access denied for nvcr.io/omniverse/isaac-public/isaac-sim, repository does not exist or may require 'docker login': denied: requested access to the resource is denied. See 'docker run --help'.
I truly apologize for that.
There was a problem in the system that has been fixed.
Please go again to the download page and download everything including the updated User Manual.
Please let us know if now is working for you.
Thank you for your response.
After installing of the latest gpu driver it works.
Is there any option to link the software with a hardware arm in order to grasp and operate the hardware arm with the Sim package?
I am glad you got it working.
For this preview release, we don’t give much options for testing different hardwares, you can import the URDF model and play with the joints, but that is about it. On the software side, you can do some python coding in VScode and connect to the sim.
Please check out the documents, and lets us if you have any questions.
As this is only a preview to get you started with our new platform, please stay tuned as the full release will be out soon.