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How do I add my replicate api_key? I keep getting a 401 error

  • Thread starter Thread starter Aditya Ap
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Aditya Ap

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I've been entering my api key like this on a jupyter notebook.

Code:
import os
import replicate
os.environ["REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"] = ""
api = replicate.Client(api_token=os.environ["REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"])

but everytime I try to run a command I get the error

Code:
ReplicateError Details:
title: Unauthenticated
status: 401
detail: You did not pass a valid authentication token

Does anyone know how to fix this, I've tried changing the api token multiple times and I still get the same error? Thanks
<p>I've been entering my api key like this on a jupyter notebook.</p>
<pre><code>import os
import replicate
os.environ["REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"] = ""
api = replicate.Client(api_token=os.environ["REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"])
</code></pre>
<p>but everytime I try to run a command I get the error</p>
<pre><code>ReplicateError Details:
title: Unauthenticated
status: 401
detail: You did not pass a valid authentication token
</code></pre>
<p>Does anyone know how to fix this, I've tried changing the api token multiple times and I still get the same error? Thanks</p>
 
I've been entering my api key like this on a jupyter notebook.

Code:
import os
import replicate
os.environ["REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"] = ""
api = replicate.Client(api_token=os.environ["REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"])

but everytime I try to run a command I get the error

Code:
ReplicateError Details:
title: Unauthenticated
status: 401
detail: You did not pass a valid authentication token

Does anyone know how to fix this, I've tried changing the api token multiple times and I still get the same error? Thanks
<p>I've been entering my api key like this on a jupyter notebook.</p>
<pre><code>import os
import replicate
os.environ["REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"] = ""
api = replicate.Client(api_token=os.environ["REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"])
</code></pre>
<p>but everytime I try to run a command I get the error</p>
<pre><code>ReplicateError Details:
title: Unauthenticated
status: 401
detail: You did not pass a valid authentication token
</code></pre>
<p>Does anyone know how to fix this, I've tried changing the api token multiple times and I still get the same error? Thanks</p>
The error `Unauthenticated` with status `401` indicates that the API token you are using is not being correctly authenticated. Here are several steps to troubleshoot and resolve this issue:

### 1. **Ensure the API Token is Correct**
Double-check that you have copied the correct API token from your Replicate account. Make sure there are no extra spaces or characters.

### 2. **Set the API Token Directly**
Instead of using an environment variable, try setting the API token directly in your code to rule out any issues with environment variables:

```python
import replicate

api = replicate.Client(api_token="YOUR_REPLICATE_API_TOKEN")
```

Replace `"YOUR_REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"` with your actual API token.

### 3. **Verify the API Token in Environment Variable**
If you prefer using environment variables, ensure that the token is being set correctly:

```python
import os
import replicate

os.environ["REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"] = "YOUR_REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"
print(os.environ["REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"]) # Check if the token is set correctly
api = replicate.Client(api_token=os.environ["REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"])
```

### 4. **Check for Hidden Characters**
Sometimes, hidden characters or newlines might get copied along with the API token. Ensure that there are no such hidden characters:

```python
import os
import replicate

os.environ["REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"] = "YOUR_REPLICATE_API_TOKEN".strip()
api = replicate.Client(api_token=os.environ["REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"])
```

### 5. **Update the `replicate` Library**
Make sure you are using the latest version of the `replicate` library:

```sh
pip install --upgrade replicate
```

### 6. **Check API Token Permissions**
Ensure that the API token you are using has the necessary permissions to access the endpoints you are calling.

### Example Code
Here is a complete example incorporating the above suggestions:

```python
import replicate

# Directly set the API token
api_token = "YOUR_REPLICATE_API_TOKEN"
api = replicate.Client(api_token=api_token)

# Example usage (replace with your actual API call)
model = api.models.get("stability-ai/stable-diffusion")
prediction = model.predict(prompt="A beautiful landscape")
print(prediction)
```

### Summary
1. **Directly set the API token in your code** to rule out issues with environment variables.
2. **Check the API token for hidden characters** and ensure it is correctly set.
3. **Update the `replicate` library** to the latest version.
4. **Verify the permissions** of the API token.

Following these steps should help you resolve the `Unauthenticated` error and successfully authenticate with the Replicate API.
 
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