Hi Mirice –
The original problem that I reported was a futex error. After your previous suggestion I realized that I had to install an X server on my laptop, and now I get a little further: I no longer get the futex error, I now get a login screen that hangs indefinitely after I enter my email address as the userid – it never even asks for a password.
To your specific questions:
This is a t2.2xlarge Ubuntu instance running the in the AWS Gov West cloud.
I connect to the server with putty. I am running Xming on my laptop and have putty configured to send X11 traffic to my laptop. With this configuration, my putty session automatically sets the DISPLAY variable and that solves the futex error.
The log is only a few lines so I will paste it here rather than tar’ing it:
[2021-04-06 17:08:09.572] [error] (node:4213) electron: The default of contextIsolation is deprecated and will be changing from false to true in a future release of Electron. See https://github.com/electron/electron/issues/23506 for more information
[2021-04-06 17:08:11.019] [info] Can’t access the /home/ubuntu/.config/omniverse-launcher/data/installers.json file: ENOENT: no such file or directory, access ‘/home/ubuntu/.config/omniverse-launcher/data/installers.json’
[2021-04-06 17:08:11.029] [info] Can’t access the /home/ubuntu/.nvidia-omniverse/config/privacy.toml file: ENOENT: no such file or directory, access ‘/home/ubuntu/.nvidia-omniverse/config/privacy.toml’
[2021-04-06 17:08:15.118] [info] Running production web server.
[2021-04-06 17:08:17.021] [info] HTTP endpoints listening at http://localhost:33480
[2021-04-06 17:09:07.159] [info] Login URL opened.
[2021-04-06 17:09:07.163] [info] Waiting for login result…
At that point it hangs indefinitely – I have tried it several times, and waited between 10 minutes and a couple hours with no further progress.