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Garage Door Opener with WiFi

I bought this switch from Amazon its listed as the wireless garage door opener remote WiFi switch universal. I connected terminals L and N to 110 volt AC power and the black and green wire to a door magnetic contact … Continue reading

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Cable Modem Woes

I’ve since returned this modem and have basic modem with one ethernet port and phone jacks. I was using an Arris cable modem which is proving to be garbage. System: ARRIS DOCSIS 3.0 / PacketCable 2.0 Touchstone Telephony Gateway HW_REV: … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi email IP at boot

I found a bunch of what seem complicated answers for how to do this. I made my own eventually just using bash and adding it to /etc/rc.local, turns out I didn’t need to have it in rc.local either, if I … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi Term Server

So I got this idea online to make my own terminal server with a Raspberry Pi and ser2net. Hardware needed. UGREEN USB to Serial RS232 Cable Adapter 4 Ports DB9 Converter 9-Pin Male to Male with Hexnuts Raspberry Pi Software … Continue reading

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Upgrade Kankun Smart Plug

To preserve some changes and files I added. Add their path to sysupgrade.conf, in my case this is /www/ and /www/cgi-bin/. # cat /etc/sysupgrade.conf ## This file contains files and directories that should ## be preserved during an upgrade. # … Continue reading

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Wages

I was filling the Heep up with gas today at the local Cumberland Farms and noticed a help wanted sign “Starting pay $13 an hour”. This made me think of Al Vermalia he was an old codger I worked with … Continue reading

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Stuffed Spaghetti Squash

One large spaghetti squash one pound mozzarella sixteen ounces ricotta cheese four ounces butter garlic cloves to taste one pound boneless skinless chicken four ounces Italian dressing basil cubes to taste Heat the oven to four hundred degrees Split the … Continue reading

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