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rsync: Using rsync with puttyagent on Windows

Hi,

the often called question: Can I run rsync on Windows by using the putty agent?

Answer: Yes, but there a some steps to setup such an environment.
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Tasmota: Connect a lcdproc/LCDd compatible HD44780 i2c Display

Hi,

I already owned a HD44780 I2C Display, which is compatible to LCDd/lcdproc, and want to get this running with Tasmota.

Problem: The LCD 2004 or LCD 1602 Display, for which the Tasmota LCD driver was written, uses a different wiring between the i2c expander (PCF8574) and the HD44780 Display.
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ESPEasy: Flashing a ESP8266 with espeasy

Hi,

Download the latest release release file
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Windows: Switch back to Restore Point

Hi,

when you want list all restore points or you to switch back to a system restore point use the Windows System Restore Point GUI.

Start it with

C:> rstrui.exe

It shows you a Window where you can switch back to the latest restore point

or it gets you a list from all available restore points.

Michael

Powershell: Import a module from a file

Hi,

you just want to test a module and don’t want to install or copy it to the Powershell Modules directories? It’s possible 🙂

For example the SpeculationControl module to query the speculation control (Spectre/Meltdown vulnerability) settings of your system.
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