I just found out that what I thought was the "insert" function of a #keyboard is actually called "overtype" or "overwrite"... and that the normal text input method is called "insert."
But you have to push the insert key to get to overtype. So... I assume overtype was the default at some point in history??
I take MR Weasley's advice on #InternetOfThings "Never trust anything that can think for itself if you can't see where it keeps its brain?”
I trust him because he is an expert on muggle artifacts.
Stumbled across this video on PeerTube about sharing an Android screen to another device. Exactly one of the things I've been wanting to do, and I found a video about it even though I wasn't looking for it!
Been trying for the past few days to rescue my router. I got it to boot with an initramfs image that I served up over tftp! But I'm not able to SSH into it after that.
I also tried serving up a version of LEDE instead that supposedly works with the router. That didn't work and left me with the same symptoms as before.
Finally, I think I found an OEM image, buried in a MacOS download. Will try serving that tonight!
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