How To Install OpenMediaVault on Raspberry Pi 4

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How To Install OpenMediaVault on a Raspberry Pi

I’ve been working on getting to a video about installing OpenMediaVault on a Raspberry Pi for a while now and even went so far as to download the files I would need for the video and put them on my desktop for safe keeping and a little reminder to hurry up and make the video. This morning I decided to … Read More

How To Install ElementaryOS In VirtualBox

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ElementaryOS on VirtualBox is a video that I’ve been wanting to make for a while and have FINALLY gotten around to. The thing I like initially about ElementaryOS is that it has a very clean aesthetic and looks like Mac OS. Overall, ElementaryOS seems to be lightweight and snappy. What I’m Running I’m running Windows 10 and have Oracle VM … Read More

Turn off ANY TV with a TV B Gone!

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Let’s say, hypothetically, that you’ve got a neighbor who lives across the street from me and likes to scream at her TV until 11 o’clock at night when football season is going on. Let’s say you’re going out to dinner and some jagoff has cranked the TV in the restaurant up so they can hear whatever sportsball show is on. … Read More

How To Install POP!_OS On VirtualBox

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To continue the software series of videos, I want to take a look at how to install POP!_OS on VirtualBox. POP!_OS is a SUPER clean Linux distribution that is a bit system-intense, but it’s super friendly and easy to use. System76 explains the operating system better than I can, so here’s what they have to say about POP!_OS: “We believe … Read More

How to Download Older Versions of Windows 10 from Microsoft

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In a previous video I mentioned that I would make a video about How to Download Older Versions of Windows 10 from Microsoft so I thought I would take a couple of minutes to do that. You’ll need to open this link in Microsoft Edge to follow along: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 Once that is open, press F12 on your keyboard to get … Read More

How To Setup a Raspberry Pi Home Surveillance System with MotionEyeOS

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In this video we’ll look at How To Setup a Raspberry Pi Home Surveillance System with MotionEyeOS using a raspberry pi and a webcam. You’re going to need the following: – Raspberry Pi (or other supported single-board computer) – MicroSD Card (the larger the better and class 10 is preferred) – Raspberry Pi Power Supply – USB Webcam (higher resolution … Read More