Docker SDK Manager Fails to Download

I recently downgraded my Ubuntu 22.04 to 20.04. But it turns it the SDK Manager needs to have the 18.04 version to install the JetPack SDK on the Jetson Nano Developer Kit.

It is a complete hassle downgrading again so now I am trying to use the Ubuntu 18.04 Docker Image.

Now I am encountering these errors:

error: dpkg: error processing package python3-lib2to3 (–configure)
error: dpkg: error processing package python3-distutils (–configure):
error: dpkg: error processing package libglib2.0-dev-bin (–configure):
error: dpkg: error processing package libgstreamer1.0-dev:amd64 (–configure):

I am using CLI and according to this post. I ran the following commands:

$ cd Downloads
$ docker load -i sdkmanager-1.9.3.10904-Ubuntu_18.04_docker.tar.gz
$ docker tag sdkmanager:1.9.3.10904-Ubuntu_18.04 sdkmanager:latest
$ docker run -it --rm sdkmanager --ver
$ docker run -it --rm sdkmanager --query interactive --logintype devzone
$ docker run -it --rm sdkmanager --cli install --logintype devzone --product Jetson --host --targetos Linux --version 4.6.4 --target JETSON_NANO_TARGETS --additionalsdk 'DeepStream 6.0.1' --select 'Jetson OS' --select 'Jetson SDK Components' --flash all

What should I still need to do in order for the SDK Manager to work?

Display Error Reference:

Hi bmmerales,
I retested but could not reproduce the issue.
Could you please run following command and then provide the logs?
docker run -v ./nvidia:/home/nvidia -it --rm sdkmanager --cli install --logintype devzone --product Jetson --host --targetos Linux --version 4.6.4 --target JETSON_NANO_TARGETS --additionalsdk ‘DeepStream 6.0.1’ --select ‘Jetson OS’ --select ‘Jetson SDK Components’ --flash all

You can zip the ./nvidia/.nvsdkm directory and upload it here to provide the log files once you hit the error again.

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