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NVIDIA DIGITS 4 on Ubuntu 14.04

NVIDIA | 1.0

Linux/Unix, Ubuntu 14.04 - 64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI)

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Works after you fix the port number

  • October 26, 2017
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Someone messed up the default port numbers and setup the server to run on port 34448 but then opened up port 3448 in the default user group.

I fixed this by connecting to the server via ssh using the command
ssh -i path/to/key.pem ec2-user@ip4-of-your-instance

Then cd into the DIGITS directory
cd /usr/share/digits/

Then edit to say 3448 instead of 34448

The run the command
sudo ./digits-server

Then open web browser and go to ipv4-of-instance:3448

    Sabri Sansoy

Worth more than the headache of setting up your own DIGITS box!

  • June 08, 2017
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DIGITS folder is located at

I got error messages regarding the port # when i tried to start the server with
sudo ./digits-server

DIGITS is programmed to use port 34448 but the default security group allows access on port 3448.

Either change this port setting in default security group or modify to the correct port setting

Also i had to use the following command to free up the port .
sudo fuser -k 34448/tcp

    Max Pagels

Works (mostly) as intended

  • January 08, 2017
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Using the one-click function, the default security group allows access on port 3448, and not 34448, which is the port on which the DIGITS UI is being served. Other than that, works as intended.

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