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Resource handler returned message: “Unable to complete request: runtime error: invalid memory address or nil pointer dereference”

Has anyone experienced this issue before? I am getting an error in CloudFormation. AWS support has been utterly useless. Possible Fix It turns out this was an Internal Cloudformation issue, fixed by AWS Support allocating more resources to the MongoDB Third Party registry.

How to Remove and Close Accounts from AWS Organizations

Creating an AWS Account is a straightforward process, but there are instances where you need to completely close an AWS Account, especially when managing AWS Organizations or dealing with sandbox accounts. This guide focuses on the systematic steps to close an AWS Sandbox account as part of the leavers process....

AWS Support Subscription Solutions: Navigating the 30-Day Period for Seamless Cloud Assistance

AWS Support Plans, crucial for a seamless cloud experience, come with a prerequisite – a minimum 30-day subscription. This condition ensures a commitment to the support resources provided by AWS. However, encountering issues within this subscription period can pose a challenge with the AWS Support Subscription Solutions, preventing immediate request...

How to Create a Custom Linux MOTD Screen

Creating a custom Message of the Day (Linux MOTD) screen on Linux involves modifying certain files and configurations. We’ll use the /etc/update-motd.d/ directory to add scripts that fetch and display relevant information. Here’s the detailed procedure: Step 1: Access the Terminal and Check MOTD is installed Open a terminal on...

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How to enable Raspberry Pi SSH

Enabling Raspberry Pi SSH (Secure Shell) allows you to remotely access its command line interface from another device on the same network. Looking for more Raspberry PI Tips – check out our other Pi Tips. Here’s a detailed step-by-step procedure on how to enable SSH on a Raspberry Pi: Step...

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Default Password for Raspberry Pi (Raspbian OS)

How do I get the default password for Raspberry Pi? Well, its not on the box, and it is not immediately obvious when you burn your Raspbian Operating System To Save you a lot of time, the default password for Raspberry Pi (using the Raspbian Operating System) is: It goes...

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