Gud Mrng Team,
I am facing issues with Omniverse Launcher. I have given details of my environment and the issue that I am facing. Any help would be highly appreciated.
AWS EC2 g4dn.4xlarge
Behind company proxy server
Chrome as default browser
Tried below steps
- Downloaded and installed Omniverse Beta
- Opened “Omniverse Launcher” as “Admin”
- Took me to nvidia login page
- Gave my credentials and web login pass thru
- Omniverse launcher was showing progress bar in login
- But then finally landed on the same login screen without showing any error - showing user text box with my account and login button. Going in cyclic loop.
Checked the Omniverse logs and noticed these errors
“Can’t access the c:\users\….nvidia-omniverse\config\omniverse.toml file: ENOENT: no such file or directory, access
I see same error for other files aswell
And below error aswell
Fetcherror: request to https://messages.launcher.omniverse.nvidia.com/gdpr.json failed, reason: Connect etimeout
But if I try the url from browser (chrome) it loads just fine
FYI I was launching the Launcher as “Administrator” only
Can you try adding your proxy server IP during the startup of Launcher:
In windows we have two shortcuts, one in the desktop and the other one in the apps, it is safe to set in both
- For Desktop Shortcut: right click on the Omniverse launcher desktop shortcut → Click properties → Open shortcut tab → in the target add --proxy-server=220.127.116.11 at the end after a space
- For Apps Shortcut: type Omniverse launcher in the search bar → right click and select open file location → Right click on Omniverse Launcher Shortcut → Click properties → Open shortcut tab → in the target add --proxy-server=18.104.22.168 at the end after a space
Thank you @mirice Finally got it working.
But here is the catch - may be it helps someone
- When I downloaded Omniverse beta it downloaded a exe for me named “Omniverse-launcher-win.exe”
- I created a shortcut for it and added the proxy entry that @mirice recommended
- The exe installed another exe named “Nvidia Omniverse Launcher.exe” with a shortcut in desktop and auto launched itself with login screen
- I logged in and the setup failed with “proxy or firewall” issue. [since this exe was auto launched it wud not have had proxy entry]
- So I closed the launcher and added the proxy entry and opened the exe again
- It failed again with same error.
Then after little digging I noticed that - though I closed the Nvidia launcher during first auto launch, it was still hanging around in process. Under windows task manager I was able to see 3 process of “Nvidia Omniverse Launcher”. If I killed the first process it was auto opening again. Same for the second process aswell. Finally I went to the bottom of the task manager and killed the last and 3rd process that was running - it auto killed the other two aswell.
After I was sure there were no process running, I tried opening the exe again and it worked.
So, I guess the first launch kept Nvidia launcher process hanging and that didn’t take the new proxy setting I added and when started the second time. It was continuing from we’re it left and showed the same error even though this time I had the proxy setting added.
Hope it helps someone. Thank you
Thanks @mirice for your support.
@magesh.k - Thank for for this feed back. Will incorporate your learnings in Omniverse documentation. Thanks…
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