Hi @talids, you’re getting a 401 error because you’re not authenticated when making the request, and either:
the model doesn’t exist
the model is private
From your message, I get that you’re in the second situation. Please make sure that you’re authenticated when calling the API. You’ll need a personal access token to do so, which you can then pass in the Authorization header of your request in the form Bearer <TOKEN>.
Actually, my model is private, but I logged in already, and access token is also correct. I checked them many times, even I generated new access tokens, but the error message is the same.
The Model/repo in question: yhavinga/t5-base-dutch
The error message: “Repository Not Found for url: https://huggingface.co/api/repos/create.
Please make sure you specified the correct repo_id and repo_type.
If the repo is private, make sure you are authenticated.
Unauthorized - Unauthorized”
I am logged in, it seems to make no difference if I do so with a read or write access token.
Hi @Wauplin. I have accepted the license on the v1-4 model page.
However, whilst checking for what version of huggingface_hub I had installed, I decided to update my Python environment to the one suggested in the requirements.txt file for that repo, which I already thought it was. This appeared to fix my issue. My rookie mistake.
I look forward to the update to huggingface_hub and thank you for your time
I am getting the same error for a private model (my own) on one machine, but I don’t get the error on another machine. I have checked the versions of transformers and huggingface_hub and they are both same. I also tried with and without the ‘huggingface_hub login’ and the error persists. The exact error I get is