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The remote end hung up unexpectedly error when cloning large Git repository FIX

I am trying to clone a large repo from Amazon CodeCommit with some of the files exceeding 50mb each and no matter how many times I repeat the cloning it always gives me an error of: The solution is to increase the http.postBuffer size in the git global config file. Just navigate into a new Read more about The remote end hung up unexpectedly error when cloning large Git repository FIX[…]

Install SSL certificate from GoDaddy into an Amazon EC2 Ubuntu instance

Below are the steps to install SSL certificate from GoDaddy into an Amazon EC2 instance based on my experience. My server is Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. After you had purchased the SSL certificate, you need to supply the CSR (Certificate Signing Request) from your server. To do that, access your server via PuTTY or SSH and Read more about Install SSL certificate from GoDaddy into an Amazon EC2 Ubuntu instance[…]

Amazon MWS SubmitFeed API suddenly stops working anymore

I had developed an application years ago that submit tracking info back at Amazon via the SubmitFeed API using the POST_ORDER_FULFILLMENT_DATA feed type. All is well for the past few years until it just stops working today. I had checked the response and this is what it returned: HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request <error> <type>Sender <code>InvalidParameterValue</code> Read more about Amazon MWS SubmitFeed API suddenly stops working anymore[…]

DOMPDF fonts not rendering correctly when transferred from localhost to live

Fonts in DOMPDF are working alright doesn’t matter if its a custom font or default font when you are developing in localhost, but when you had transferred it to your live hosting, the font behavior that is rendering is not quite the same (font-size, font-weight, etc.) Solution 1: Delete the lib/fonts/dompdf_font_family_cache.php in your DOMPDF installation. Read more about DOMPDF fonts not rendering correctly when transferred from localhost to live[…]