Hi all, struggling to find further information on this issue.
I've added a docker container to an organisation that I am an administrator of (using Github actions in this case). It's visible in packages both for the repo and the org.
I've created a token to auth against docker login:
docker login docker.pkg.github.com
It has the following permissions:
When I try to do a docker pull (after logging in) I get the following:
docker pull docker.pkg.github.com/enosi/enosi-dapp-mock/dapp-mock:latest Error response from daemon: repository docker.pkg.github.com/enosi/enosi-dapp-mock/dapp-mock not found: name unknown: Unable to find Repo with name "enosi/enosi-dapp-mock", received error: Repository "enosi/enosi-dapp-mock" not found.
Anyone have any thoughts on the matter?
Solved! Solved! Go to Solution.
Okay, close this one out.
The following minimum set of permissions are required for private is both package:read *AND* repo (ref: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/mastering-github-packages-like-a-pro-eb9c2093b5c8)