If your Raspberry Pi is running Kodi and connect to a TV with HDMI CEC feature enabled, you can use the TV remote control to interact with Kodi (the open source media center).
The Kodi remote.xml structure – allows user to define what media center will perform when a TV remote control button is pressed.
Uses TV remote control to get OpenELEC-Kodi on Raspberry Pi to take screenshot.
With this key-mapping trick, I can map the color buttons on TV remote control to do things like capture screenshot, bring up context menu, etc.
For security’s sake, we should use public-key cryptography authentication method to automate SSH login without password. But, what can you do if the SSH server in router modem doesn’t allow you add or install public key?
For people who want to automate Linux shell script or Windows batch file to send authenticated email (not by email relay method), you’ll love this open-source, command-line smtp email client.
Question: Can I use the TV remote control to get XBMC play all the media files in the folder?