In my last post, I set up a simple S3 static website for the domain www.hiredatagram.com. The only problem is that the naked domain http://hiredatagram.com doesn’t resolve. In this post, I will show you how to redirect an S3 bucket (naked domain) to the S3 bucket that host the static website (www). We will not be using Godaddy for DNS hosting as they don’t support CNAME flattening. Cloudflare, however, does support CNAME flattening.
Setup an S3 bucket to host a simple static website. This tutorial will not cover CloudFront or Route53. I will use Godaddy for DNS. My test website will be a free website template called Global, which is free to download from GitHub.
I ran into this problem earlier this week when our remote sites called in stating they couldn’t connect. We are running some windows server 2012 servers and we have published remote apps as well as full-blown remote sessions for our remote locations and mobile users. This affected windows 7, 8, and 10 clients.
When trying to connect to a windows server 2012 via RDP we received this error message:
An Authentication error has occurred.
The function requested is not supported.
This could be due to CredSSP encryption oracle remediation
We had an issue with one of our Sage 100 labels in the warehouse today. One of the text fields would get too long and cover up certain text fields making it hard to read. The text was too long and it would move or grow from right to left. What we need is for the text to extend from left to right so it doesn’t cover up any predefined fields. In some cases, you might have to do both solutions, not just one or the other. Continue reading
I’ve moved over to AWS and I’m running a fresh Amazon Linux 2 instance. I’ve got wordpress loaded and I try to crop an image for my theme’s header and I get “There has been an error cropping your image“.
After a little research, the obvious answer is to install php-gd and restart apache. This did NOT work for me. I did it about 5 times and checked my phpinfo to make sure php-gd was installed and it was.
After about an hour, I said I will restart the whole instance. That fixed it for me, still have no idea what service was causing the hang up.