Hello Knime community, I am new to working with the tool, and I have a problem installing the Knime AI extensions.
KNIME version 4.6.3
02 Steps applied:
02.01. Go to MenuPath: File\Install Knime Extensions
02.02. Select Knime Labs Extension
02.03. Click Next, then Click Finish
Warning outcome indicates: “Problem Occurred” ‘Installing Software’ has encountered a problem. A error occured while installing the item:
An error occurred while installing the items
session context was:(profile=KNIMEProfile, phase=org.eclipse.equinox.internal.p2.engine.phases.Install, operand=null → [R]org.knime.python.llm.channel.bin.win32.x86_64 184.108.40.206308081447, action=org.knime.product.p2.actions.ShellExec).
ShellExec command exited non-zero exit value:
Would you please assist me on this. Thank sin advance I will appreciate your kind support.
Unfortunately the KNIME AI Extension was not available for v4.6, and can’t be installed into prior versions to my knowledge.
the KNIME AI extension exists only since KAP version 5.1, see
[Release 5_1_Yellow border image]
We are excited to announce that KNIME Analytics Platform 5.1 is now available and ready for download. The new version not only features a modern interface, improved product onboarding, and a more intuitive way to build analytical workflows, but also unveils KNIME’s first generative AI capabilities.
The release’s biggest highlights include:
Sleeker UI with improved navigation, search, and workflow annotations to build workflows faster
A Starter Pe…
I just checked my version KAP, and i have been using KNIME 5.1.1, However, it still doesn’t allow me to download AI Extension, I still have the same problem.
Try downloading other extensions and they work correctly, check the path length, the proxy, among other things.
maybe there is a way to download the AI Extension, outside of the tool?
I appreciate if you have another idea to try.
@betoespejop if you are behind a proxy you might want to check this thread:
@Erich_Gstrein, @steffen_KNIME I think there are currently some problems with Python based nodes and Proxies. They are not always working. There seem to be this workaround of creating a local collection of necessary packages in a KNIME version without a proxy and then transferring this. I have not tried it.
The zipped update packages are of no use. It would be great if the Python based nodes can use the Proxies set. I think I already initiated a ticket (which does not have a number as of yet …
There is a ticket to address this (
Thanks for updating! This is a different issue now.
On your 5.1 installation, could you try to obtain error logs as described in this post and also see whether the knime log has some more insights?
I attach the log of the error that I get when I try to download the AI extension.
I appreciate if you can help me with a solution.
can you please obtain the error logs as described in the first link of my previous post?
KNIME_ERROR_INSTALL_IA_EXTENSION.log (736.8 KB)
Hello Steffen, I am attaching the error log when trying to install the AI extension.
Thank you for helping me solve this issue.
I don’t see much here and you also did not send the
create_env.err file, but the
create_env.out, is that correct? Is there none?
The interesting part might be
warning libmamba Extracted package cache 'G:\KNIME\bundling\root\pkgs\llvm-meta-5.0.0-0' has invalid url
And I assume that is an proxy issue. As
@mlauber71 pointed out, a solution will be implemented with AP-20960. The ticket has been resolved already and will be rolled out with the next release (5.2.0), probably in December.