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Get Your TV Remote Control To Work With Raspberry Pi

© Walker 21 Mar 2016 01:58
What are the requirements for your TV remote control to work with Kodi media center running on Raspberry Pi?

Fine tune Windows Netstat To Display Network Program And Connection In Same Line

© Walker 19 Mar 2016 17:40
The Windows netstat command can tell you the association of network connection and executable file, i.e. which application (program) is using the network connection port.

Using Findstr With Regular Expression For Pattern Search

© Walker 14 Mar 2016 23:01
The findstr command comes with Windows supports regular expression, which is useful for filter out useful information in text content.

Group Video Call With Skype Or Group Call With Line

© Walker 13 Mar 2016 16:59
Group chat in text is convenient but is not fast in getting everyone response to a subject. So, let’s try group call or group video call.

Understand Kodi remote.xml keymap file structure

© Walker 07 Mar 2016 19:54
When a Raspberry Pi running OpenELEC connects to a HDMI CEC-enabled TV, that TV remote control can interact with Kodi media center using the system default remote.xml keymap file.

Modify TV Remote Control Keymap Of OpenELEC-Kodi On Raspberry Pi

© Walker 06 Mar 2016 15:56
Can I use TV remote control to take screenshot of OpenELEC-Kodi running on Raspberry Pi? Well, if your Raspberry Pi is connecting to a TV with HDMI-CEC feature, then you can use that TV remote control to interact with OpenELEC-Kodi media center.

Configure Putty To Display Chinese Characters Appear In SSH Session

© Walker 03 Mar 2016 23:50
If you can read Chinese characters, then you need to know how to configure Putty so that it can properly render Chinese characters appear in file name or text content.

 

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