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Those battery charging circuit and push buttons are on AliExpress for far cheaper (I have links for anyone who wants them, but they are easy to find) but you have to wait longer. I always end up tossing random stuff on my next order, so it is like a surprise every time I go to get my mail! But it would cut the cost down by a signifgant amount.
If you don't want to use the tape input, you can wire directly into the head is, but it will be a one-way process.
No, no no... No. Do not do this. This is extremely dangerous, opening your network up to LOTS of bad things for zero gain.I will say again: DO NOT OPEN UP PORT 5900 TO OUTSIDE TRAFFIC.Because there is no need to do so, when you are connecting to SSH anyway. Just use a SSH tunnel to connect to port 5900 through the SSH connection. Then all your traffic for both SSH and VNC is encrypted (Which most VNC connections are NOT by default) and you only have to open a single port.Final warning: Do not open 5900 to outside traffic.
Stop using vague statements, and people will stop calling you out on it.
Searching on the Internet for any 'weird' or 'mysterious' names of things on the products you buy will instantly give you the full list of any ingredients in them. You can even search "MSDS" or "GHS" and you will get the data sheets that the industry uses to make sure that nothing is used in an industrial process where it might contaminate things.I just get tired of people throwing everything under the label 'chemicals' saying they are bad. You say "Dihydrogen Monoxide" and people would think it would kill you dead, but it is really just H2O or water.
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