Engine is missing for the Kerbal Space Program tutorials

The Kerbal space program tutorials still reference the old LV-T45 “Swivel” Liquid Fuel Engine, but the default Engines tab does not contain it. To access the engine In the upper left corner click the Enable advanced mode icon Click the Filter by Cross-Section Profile icon Select the LV-T45 “Swivel” Liquid Fuel Engine

How to change a Git commit message after push

To change a Git commit message after the commit has been pushed Open a terminal in the repository folder Use the interactive rebase command to retrieve the specified number of recent commit messages The list of the recent commits appears in your default text editor Replace the word pick with reword in the lines you […]

ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘googleapiclient’

When we start to use a Python module, we need to install it on our workstation, and on the server, or in the Docker container where the application will run. ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘googleapiclient’ Usually, we install the module with the pip install MODULE_NAME command, but when we try it for the googleapiclient we […]

Record multiple keystroke macros in Stream Deck

Stream Deck is a great programmable keyboard to organize frequently used functions in games and other programs. In games, we usually store one keystroke per button, but we can store longer macros for Google Sheets and other applications. To store multiple keystrokes in one Stream Deck button Open the Stream Deck app Drag the Multi […]

Cannot connect to an AWS EC2 Windows instance with WINRM

When we launch an AWS EC2 instance with Windows 2012, Windows 2016, Windows 2019, the “Administrator” local account is automatically created and added to the Administrators group. We can decrypt the Administrator password using the private key of the key pair we used to launch the server. On Windows servers WINRM access is necessary during […]

An argument named “root_block_device” is not expected here. Did you mean to define a block of type “root_block_device”?

In the Terraform script to create an AWS EC2 instance, we can specify the volume sizes. Separate arguments describe the root and data volumes. This feature enables the script to create the volumes without specifying the connection attributes in another block. The Terraform documentation does not show the syntax, and the Terraform example at the […]