Jetson Nano DLI Courses

Are the Jetson Nano DLI courses going to be updated? The videos reference things that no longer work.


Hi @HybridRobotics, the ‘Getting Started With AI on Jetson Nano’ DLI course should still run on Nano, using the container from NGC on JetPack 4.6 (or an older version of the container if you’re still running an older version of JetPack-L4T). Is there a particular issue that you’re having?


The tutorial video shows a much older tag for the docker image. I fixed that.

Now, I get

docker: Error response from daemon: unauthorized: authentication required
which I do not understand. I am in the docker group.

My current run file:
docker run --runtime nvidia -it --rm --network host \ --volume -v /home/hybotics/NVIDIA_Deep-Learning-Institute/dli-data:/nvidia-dli-nano/data \ --device /dev/video0 \


Do you get the same ‘authentication required’ error if you run sudo docker pull ?

If so, you may need to login to the registry. First, login to NGC and create an API key, as shown under the Get a New API Key for the NGC Registry section of this page: NGC Container Registry for DGX User Guide :: DGX Systems Documentation

Then run sudo docker login on your Jetson and enter the following credentials:

Username: $oauthtoken

Then try running sudo docker pull again.

I am logged into NGC with my API key as directed in the instructions.

Yes, I still get an error.

I got my API key and got logged into Big progress! This entire procedure is not intuitive at all and needs to be simplified for people like me. I am not a corporate entity. I am just one guy with a dream, using now outdated NVIDIA hardware to build robots.

Now, I get:
docker: Error response from daemon: pull access denied for, repository does not exist or may require 'docker login': denied: requested access to the resource is denied.


Sorry, I got my URLs confused between my first and second reply - can you try sudo docker pull instead? (note the /dli in there - corrected this above)

You should not actually need authentication to pull this container, and so I wonder if what actually happen is that we had the URL mixed up here.

It is working with the updated URL! Thank you, Dusty!

Now, I just have to figure out how to get my camera working.


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