Import cert into AWS ACM: ValidationException when calling the ImportCertificate operation: The certificate field contains more than one certificate

I’m trying to import some ssl certificates in PEM format into AWS ACM via aws cli. The certificates come from an nginx installation, when trying to import them with the following command: aws acm import-certificate –certificate ssl.website.com.crt –private-key ssl.website.com.key –region us-east-2 –profile default I get this error: An error occurred (ValidationException) when calling the ImportCertificate…

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convert jpg to pdf

in my Ubuntu 19.10 when trying to convert .jpg to .pdf : convert gives : [email protected]:~$ convert ‘/home/joso/Desktop/Marticeva etaziranje/IMG_20200104_102541.jpg’ output.pdf convert: no decode delegate for this image format `JPG’ @ error/constitute.c/ReadImage/562. convert: no images defined `output.pdf’ @ error/convert.c/ConvertImageCommand/3273. I can open jpg file. In terminal: [email protected]:~$ file /home/joso/Desktop/Marticeva\ etaziranje/IMG_20200104_102541.jpg /home/joso/Desktop/Marticeva etaziranje/IMG_20200104_102541.jpg: JPEG image data, Exif…

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Create new session/window name that contain dot

I have a variable as below (all commands in this post issued in a shell bash/zsh): var=”test.abc” tmux new-window -n ${var}-windows in the new created window I issue this command: var=”test.abc” tmux send-keys -t$var-windows “echo dafsd” Enter I got the error: can’t find pane: abc-windows I try another command: tmux send-keys -t test\.abc-windows “echo dafsd”…

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Unknown display causing elongated screenshot

I’m facing some problems with the display. I had this previously but I cannot exactly remember how I solved it then… Okay here is the thing: Login Screen – Misbehaviour What have I tired, didn’t work this time: https://askubuntu.com/questions/398903/unknown-display-besides-laptop-built-in-display-old-question-but-with-no-answer https://askubuntu.com/questions/362081/two-monitors-when-only-having-one-in-13-10 https://askubuntu.com/questions/283018/ubuntu-detects-2-monitors-when-i-only-have-one Look in /sys/class/drm for a list of your computers outputs.Mine was labelled as “card0-VGA-1”.…

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