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How to install Homebridge on a Raspberry Pi with no monitor

If you're an Apple user and you've started getting into home automation, or just getting more smart home tech, then Homebridge is worth considering, it offers you the ability to run a lot of non Homekit supported devices natively within Apple Home. It's reasonably simple to do too, this guide talks through what you'll need and how to set everything up without having to plug your Raspberry Pi into a monitor. What you will need Raspberry Pi 3 B+, Pi 4 (2gb) or Pi 4 (4gb - currently on offer on Amazon - £52) Raspberry Pi power cable (for v3 for v4)Micro SD card (32gb, 64gb, 128gb)Case (for v3 for v4) - I've recommended a heatsink case, it's what I'm using for my Homebridge Pi too, rather than a noisy fan case - My Pi 4 seems to sit between 40-41cRelevant adaptor to access your mic...
How to create a Light/Dark Mode shortcut for macOS Mojave (with a nice icon!)
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How to create a Light/Dark Mode shortcut for macOS Mojave (with a nice icon!)

A great as Light/Dark mode is, changing it via setting is a bit of a pain, so here's a quick guide on how to do that with Automator and update the icon for it so it looks good in the task bar :) First off, lets create the automation; Launch Automator from the Applications menu Select 'New Document' Choose 'Application' Choose 'Utilities' from the Library Then click and drag 'Change System Appearance' to the area with the grey bar that says "Drag actions of files here to build your workflow." The default option should be 'Toggle Light / Dark' You can at this point press the play icon to test, or just skip straight to saving. Choose File > Save Give it a useful name like Light / Dark and make sure it's saving in the Applications folder You...