Si vous utilisez Word sur Windows 7 il est possible que vous n’arrivez tout simplement pas à vous connecter sur votre compte Office 365 et donc que vous ne pouvez pas utiliser des outils comme Word et Excel qui nécessite une license.
Installer Internet Explorer 11 / Install Internet Explorer 11
Vous devez mettre à jour Internet Explorer, même si cela parait bête, c’est bel et bien ce qu’il faut faire:
If you are using the services of AWS you should be careful about some services. It is possible that you may want a certificate for your application. You may use free certificate like let’s encrypt but AWS is offering a “Certificate Manager” and you can find it like any other services:
400$/month per private certificate
But, on the pricing page, you can find that this service cost 400$/month, no matter if you use it or not, it will take you the price of renting a car.
No way to delete or stop this recurring amount of money from the account
On the documentation, you can find that the service will stop “until you delete the CA”. I can tell you that this information is not really true as this service still take money without the CA. So additionally this service have a very not predictable way of taking money, and you don’t really know when it will stop, even if you check there is no certificate and you read carefully the documentation.
But, you may need to modify a file in the /node_modules folder, excluded in the .gitignore
Force commit a file in a excluded folder in .gitignore
If you want to fix a file in a library that makes some problems in your application, you may want to modify the library directly in /node_modules (the case you are using the last version of the library, you can check on https://www.npmjs.com/ if you are using the last version in your package.json)
In my case, I modified node_modules/react-native-firebase/ios/RNFirebase/notifications/RNFirebaseNotifications.m a library that is not changed since 2 years and have a problem in my application. You can of course make a git issue on the official page but if you need it to work fast, you may want to commit it directly in your project and it is fixed.
After you made the change in the library, you can commit with git add -f …
If you have multiple projects or organization and you want to clone a machine that is already configured, you can create an image of the instance of the machine. But, you will have to share the access to the external project and organization. Here is how to do it :
Share the image to the organization in the Images and in IAM
In both IAM and Image (VM) you will have to share the access Compute Image User
Start the VM using the shared image from another project / organization
I decided to make an article because I spent almost 5 days on this problem, and I don’t want it never happen. So let me help all the people that can be in the same case of me.
– You have a Mac M1 running on ARM 64 architecture – You are working on a React Native or Swift project with Xcode
Exclude the ARM architecture in the Podfile
Add the following lines in the Podfile (/ios/Podfile) :
post_install do |installer|
## FIX MAC M1 ARM
installer.pods_project.build_configurations.each do |config|
config.build_settings["EXCLUDED_ARCHS[sdk=iphonesimulator*]"] = "arm64"
You should check that there is only one “post_install” in the file, if there is not you can add it at the end of the file, if there is already “post_install” somewhere, just put the instructions to exclude the architecture ARM 64 at the end of the “post_install” section.
Dependencies with CocoaPods
In the /ios folder of your React Native project, you should run the following command to build all the dependancy in the /Pods folder :
sudo arch -x86_64 pod install --allow-root
or, you can also use pod-install to be sure all is installed:
In case of error: Delete /Pods folder, delete Podfile.lock and start again. In case of error of dependancies in node_modules, delete node_modules and run yarn.
Exclude the ARM architecture in Xcode
Now, you should also exclude the architecture in the project settings in Xcode :
Then if you start the react native project on Simulator it should works !