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– Back to the Future

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– Forrest Gump

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– Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

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Smarty mam P1 Kabel (schwaarz)

Smarty – Energie Verbrauch vum Haus an Echtzäit am Home Assistant

Viru kuerzem krute mir den neien Elektresche Compteur, Smarty genannt, installéiert. CREOS / ENOVOS weist drop hin dass een dës néi “Smart” Compteuren un säi System uschléissen an Donnéeën auswäerten kann. An dësem Artikel weisen ech wéi ech de Smarty am Home Assistant intégréiert hun.

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HaaptSäit vum Web Interface

Shelly4Pro lokal iwwert MQTT steieren

Dëser Deeg ass endlech de Shelly4Pro ukomm deen ech Enn läscht Joer bestallt hunn. D’Nofro vun de Shelly Produkter ass sou héich dass d’Firma Allterco net méi mat der Produktioun nokënnt. Et si jo schonn e puer Shelly1 bei mir am Betrib, an elo ass et un der Zäit fir de Shelly4Pro wéi gewinnt via MQTT unzesteieren, an dat ganzt mam …

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Sonos / Media Player / Luuchten mat engem Taster steieren

D’Apparater vu Sonos sin eng fein Saach, just nervt mech dass ech ëmmer muss ee Smartphone /Tablet bei Hand hunn fir d’Lidder ze wiesselen oder d’Lautstäerkt anzestellen. Besonnesch bei der Spull heescht et fir d’éischt d’Hänn ofdréchnen, Handy huelen, App starten an da lass. An dësem Artikel presentéieren ech meng Léisung fir solch Aktioune mat engem eenzelen Taster ze realiséieren.

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Unifi Controller Setup Wizard

Installing Unifi SDN Controller on ARM Devices (Odroid, Rpi …)

In this article you will read about the steps necessary to install Ubiquit’s Unifi Controller on a Single Board Computer (SBC) like a RaspBerry Pi , Asus TinkerBoard or Odroid Xu4.

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Volumio am WebBrowser

Amp oder DAC? Low-cost Spotify & Internet Radio

Bau een Internet Radio an Spotify Client mat e puer alen Lautsprecher, engem Raspberry Pi Zero an Volumio.

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Garage mam Auto opmaachen

Firwaat? De Goal vun all Automatisatioun ass et fir Ofleef déi ee reegelméisseg widderhëlt vu Maschinne maachen ze loossen.  Een Oflaf dee mech all Dag nervt ass d’Garage opzemaachen: Mam Auto an der Afaart stoen ze bleiwen De Garagen Ëffner ze sichen Fluche wann deen Dreck’s Ëffner mol erëm ënnert de Sëtz fält Waarde bis d’Garage op ass Waat brauche mir? Fir dass …

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Sonos mam Google Assistant stéieren via Home Assistant

Sonos ass un sech eng super Saach, einfach ageriicht, einfach ze gebrauchen an e gudde Sound, just blöd dass et fir de Moment just eng Integratioun fir Amazon Echo  gëtt, a keng fir Google Assistant. De Sonos kann een  also nëmme via Alexa (Amazon) mat der Stëmm stéieren (“Alexa, spill AC/DC um Sonos”). Google User mat hirem “OK Google / …

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Kodi mam Ambilight Plugin

Dem Knéckjang säin Ambilight

Dëser Deeg am Keller ass mir eng Iddi komm fir d’Medie Erliefnis während dem Fitness Training ze verbesseren. Mat e puer bëllege Xiaomi Yeelights hunn ech mir ee bëllegen Ambilight Upgrade fir meng Televisioun zougeluecht.

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AppleTV + Chromecast + Steam Link = Mi Box

Säit 2011 war mäin (2t Generatioun) bei mir am Asaz, als Medien Zenter mat oder fir ze kucken. Am laf vun der Zäit sinn nach ee (fir Spiller vum PC aus ze streamen) an ee Google (fir Audio/Video vum Smartphone/Tablet op de Fernseher ze streamen) dobäikomm. An der leschter Zäit huet den AppleTV ëmmer méi a méi Problemer duerchlieft; mol …

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Classic NES Mini Alternative – Raspi3 running Lakka with 8Bitdo Controllers

Now that the NES Classic Mini is officially available and sort of unavailable due to high demand (or artificial shortage by Nintendo ?), it’s interesting to know of the possible alternatives. One that I have been using for over a year now is a Raspberry PI running Lakka, with a pair of the excellent 8Bitdo’s …

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Odroid XU3/4 Silent Fan Control in Lakka / OpenElec

If you are an owner of an Odroid XU4, you are probably annoyed by the noisy fan. In this workshop we will modify the behavior of an Odroid XU4 Fan. No Hardware Modification, only software tweaks are used. By default, the fan is always running at full speed and is pretty noisy. There is no …

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Atari VCS 2600 Composite Video Mod

Credits for this mod go to Circuit-board.de My Atari VCS was resting for 5+ years in the cellar when I finally got Yars’ Revenge for it. (Recommended by a fellow Retro Gamer). To hookup the VCS to the TV, I used the builtin antenna cable. As you can guess, Image quality was horrible ! So …

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Hama Beads Design Creation Workshop

In this small tutorial I’ll show you how to turn your favorite Game Characters into classy Bead Designs.

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How to watch IPTV Streams on your Computer

In this workshop we’ll setup your computer to watch TV, so you are no longer bound to the Set-top Box from your ISP.

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Atari VCS 2600 Joystick Micro Switch Mod.

In this gallery we’ll see how to modify an old Atari Joystick for improved game play. The old switches tend to stop working , and had to be replaced with modern micro “click” switches. You’ll need about 5 micro Switches (about 4mm height), something to cut and of course a soldering iron. Reichelt.de is selling …

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Master System 50/60 Hz Mod (w. Switch)

Recently I had a spare Switch and a little time, and got inspired to pull off a 50/60Hz  Mod to the Master System on the german circuit-board. I know there’s also a switchless mod, but I didn’t have the needed parts at hand. Also, the SystemBoard in my Master System was already (factory)-modded. Turned out …

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Mega Drive 60Hz Mod

Quick Guide to modify your PAL Mega Drive to run all Games at full Speed and full Screen (60Hz) Credits go to http://www.retrocorner.net/index.php?Mods_%2F_repairs:Megadrive_1_50%2F60hz_switch_-_page_1

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Retropie – Tips ‘n Tricks

Edit 03/2017 : This post is heavily outdated. I recommend using Lakka as your system of choice for your Raspberry Pi. Have a look and test it, you won’t miss Retropie! I think that we can all agree that the Raspberry Pi is a wonderful piece of Hardware. Using Retropie, I wanted to be able …

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Neo Geo – How to fix broken RGB output (missing color)

After hooking up my Neo Geo with a RGB Cable, I noticed that colors did not render properly. Image was all “yellowish”, which did not appear when connected with it’s original (composite) cable.

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Mission RGB : Super Famicom

I bought a brand new RGB Cable from retrogamingcables.co.uk. It’s alredy the 3rd cable I order from their Store. (first 2 were for the Neo Geo and Mega Drive) This time, it’s for my Super Famicom, and the first one with the Composite SYNC (CSYNC) Option. This CSYNC Option is only available for NTSC Models. …

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Dingoo Save States

Played a lot of Retro Games on my Dingoo lately, and finished some great classics of the NES Library. Thought that I wanted to share some of my save states with you, in case you’re stuck in a Game. Felix the Cat Felix_the_Cat.zip At Stage 8 Category:Save States Date:June 21, 2012 4.8 KiB 53 Downloads …

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A Way out of AMD Driver Hell

Several months ago, I swapped my nVidia Card for an AMD Radeon Graphics Card. At that point in time, I was able to install AMD’s latest WHQL-Driver, 13.12, without any problem. Days and weeks passed by (and the card working fine), AMD releases a new driver. Every PC Gamer knows that 1st Rule is to …

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Pinnacle USB PCTV 150 in Linux

I got myself an used USB Analog TV Grabber PCTV150e from Pinnacle : This thingy comes with Windows only Drivers (of course, what did you expect?) However, with a very little fine tuning, this nice little Device works great (and even better according to Image Quality) in Linux then in Windows.

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Clone / Resize / Move of Windows partitions

Clone / Resize / Move of Windows partitions In case you’re running out of Disk Space, or you need to resize different partitions, this tutorial is for you.

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