Dear @WendyGram, thanks for your constant updates. I might add a suggestion here for the team. For certain crucial applications (like nucleus, or the launcher itself) it might be sensible to release older version so that people can eventually rollback/manually download and install the packages. For example, if the launcher is broken at one point, one could still download the nucleus. If, on the other hand, the new update of nuclues break things (as it already happened in the past), one can simply download the prev version (packaged with some other dependencies maybe) and install it to continue working.
+1 to @eliabntt94’s point. Please consider releasing apps to multiple places to avoid a single point of failure in the future. For example, additionally publishing new versions via github releases would be a great start.
Thank you very much for the fix. I think still the Isaac sim assets link is broken.
Now it seems working.
Still cannot mount Isaac/download the folder from nucleus. Navigation yesterday was still missing.
On Ubuntu 18.04
After cleaning all in “ov” and Nucleus-data folder (plus fresh install of all) and using your mount info:
- Nucleus is back
- but Search Service v.2.2.0-308 is not starting
- still some problems with Navigator.
Can’t download omniverse launcher.
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Facing the same problem with getting access to Omniverse. This is a major blocker with onboarding.
Hi @Polzovatel1677 & @ssurovsev. I am checking with the development team about this problem now.
For the 403 Error this means that the server received the request but refuses to authorize it. We think this is related to recent US export laws and sanctions programs which prevents services in affected regions.
Hi @archestry! I just want to be clear, NVIDIA is not banning anyone! However, we do use Amazon servers for Omniverse and those servers have to follow the US export and sanction program laws. I would need to look into what regions are affected by this because I honestly don’t know.
Hello, @WendyGram. I’ve found this thread because I’m still experiencing issues with 403 error stated above. Could you please say how to see if my country (Ukraine) is in the sanction list and clarify that it is indeed the reason why I can’t download Omniverse.