There are many ways to download files from an S3 Bucket, but if you are downloading an entire S3 Bucket then I would recommend using AWS CLI and running the command aws s3 sync s3://SOURCE_BUCKET LOCAL_DESTINATION.
In the examples below, I’m going to download the contents of my S3 Bucket named radishlogic-bucket.
I recently found out that I could connect my Google Nest mini to Windows as a speaker. So in this tutorial, I will guide you on how to connect your Google Nest to your Windows 11 laptop/desktop as a speaker.
The steps also include how to solve the issue of Windows 11 not showing Google Nest as a speaker even though it is already added as a Bluetooth device.
I used a Google Nest Mini to connect to Windows 11 below. The instructions should be the same regardless of your Google Nest speaker model.
In this tutorial, I connected the K380 keyboard to a Mac computer. What I used is a Macbook Air, but the tutorial should be the same even if you are using a Macbook Pro or an iMac with an M1 or Intel processor.
Step-by-Step Instructions on how to connect Logitech K380 Bluetooth Keyboard to Mac
Click on the Apple Menu and select System Preferences…
Follow the steps below to connect your Bluetooth Keyboard or Mouse to your Raspberry Pi.
I’m using a Logitech K380 on the examples below since that is my Bluetooth keyboard. But you can follow the same steps if you are using a different Bluetooth keyboard or device, such as a Bluetooth mouse.
The first time I used a Raspberry Pi years ago, I got frustrated that I could not connect to the WiFi Network. So I tested on the text editor if I am typing the correct password. As it turns out, pressing the backslash (\) on the keyboard will type the hashtag symbol (#), and if I press Shift + 2 will type double-quotes (") instead of At sign (@).
The reason for the incorrect characters being typed is by default the Raspberry Pi is set to use a UK-based keyboard layout. To correct this, we need to reconfigure the keyboard layout to the ones we are using.
In my case, I am using a US-based keyboard layout. In the tutorial below that is what I am going to use. You can select the keyboard layout that you are using.
There are several ways to update the Keyboard Layout in a Raspberry Pi, you may choose which one you prefer on the list below.
Depending on the screen size or the usage of the Raspberry Pi, I usually tweak the font size and icon size.
If I am teaching or recording videos, I want the icon and font size to be large. If I am blogging, then I want them to be medium size. If I am using a small resolution screen then I want to change the icon and font size to a smaller proportion.
Luckily, Raspberry Pi has a Set Defaults icon for different screen sizes which makes it quick for me to change the sizes.
To change the system icon and font size of the Raspberry Pi head over to Appearance Settings and tweak the configuration there.
If you need guidance or instructions on how to navigate the settings then follow the tutorial below.