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Hi I recently created a new EC2 Linux t2.micro instance and have downloaded the necessary resources to run a Minecraft server on it. However, while running the server, it starts loading, and within a minute the instance becomes unresponsive. I am then unable to perform any commands or SSH into it until I restart it. Does anyone have an idea as to what might be going on? Is it that the server doesn't have enough resources to run the server? I have run a Minecraft server on a t2.micro Windows instance before, and that worked fine, so I assumed Linux would be okay too. Any help would be much appreciated.
Hey! I'm pretty new to AWS and Linux, and I'm trying to learn, so please bear with me as I know this probably is a noob question. I'm trying to SSH into my Linux EC2 instance on my Windows pc using cmd, and this is the error I get: Load key "linuxmc.pem": Permission denied email@example.com: Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic). Any ideas on how I could fix this? Sorry again if it's a dumb question, but I wasn't able to find the solution after a lot of googling. Thanks.
I would like to pull CVSS scoring info for particular CVEs from alas.aws.amazon.com. I see endpoints like https://alas.aws.amazon.com/cve/html/CVE-2023-25751.html, and am wondering if a /json or /xml or similar endpoint exists. I've searched documentation, tried calling those directly, and looked through network traffic but don't see any requests that indicate those exist. Is there an API for this site (or another resource I'm not aware of), or do I need to parse the HTML to get that CVSS data?
we need to install Chinese fonts on one of our EC2 amazon Linux servers, anybody luck with that ?
Hello, We have tomcat servers with latest tomcat 8.5.* installed from amazon-linux-extras The latest version now is **22.214.171.124** But in the Apache Tomcat site https://tomcat.apache.org/download-80.cgi, they have this latest version 8.5.87 Could you please advise why AL2 doesn't have the latest tomcat version? Thanks
Hello Team, For the AMI ID ami-02f3f602d23f1659d (al2023-ami-2023.0.20230315.0-kernel-6.1-x86_64), I am seeing that crontab is missing [root@ip-172-31-11-172 ~]# contab -l -bash: contab: command not found After that I have installed the crontab manually using the command **yum install cronie cronie-anacron** But could you please let me know, Is the AWS missed to include crontab or hereafter the AMI will come up without crontab. Could you please confirm.
Hi, Can you please help to install maria db in amazon linux ec2 instance. While i was trying to install the server with the below command i am getting the following error as unable to find a match. am i missing anything ? [ec2-user@planetm ~]$ sudo yum install -y mariadb-server Last metadata expiration check: 4:46:51 ago on Sat Mar 18 17:35:23 2023. ***No match for argument: mariadb-server Error: Unable to find a match: mariadb-server*** [ec2-user@planetm ~]$
Hello, I would like to ask if tomcat10 available in the official repo of Amazon Linux 2023, or at least is there any way to install tomcat10 using yum? Thanks
As mentioned in https://docs.aws.amazon.com/systems-manager/latest/userguide/managed-instances-default-host-management.html, SSM Agent version 3.2.582.0 or above have to be used in order to make use of Default Host Management Configuration. However, the latest version on Amazon Linux 2 is 3.1.1732.0 when I use yum update. Do we need to build from source code in order to use it at this moment? Thanks.
Amazon Linux 1 maintenance support will end on December 31, 2023. As per FAQ we should be able to launch instances using this AMI after the maintenance support window end but question is till how long ?
Is there an easy way to delete the 'log4j hotfix' tool that gets installed as a dependency of Corretto?
We recently switched to using Corretto Java 11 and I noticed that something called log4j-cve-2021-44228-hotpatch gets installed as a dependency. This package executes a script that appears to be modifying the Java runtime to install an agent that will somehow patch vulnerable versions of log4j. Looking at journalctl, I see this script runs every 30 minutes. We don't use log4j and we don't have it installed on our EC2 instances. We have over 100 EC2 instances. Is there an easy way to permanently remove this tool or do we have to switch to the OpenJDK Java release?