If you want to check if SAP ERP is sending correct information about a customers tax jurisdiction, you can do so by looking at the single BDoc in TX SMW01.
If you want to restore a previously saved image of an SD card, you can often use various command line tools such as the terminal. Restoration can easily become a pain: The progress of the recovery is not displayed or the recovery is simply unreliable - the SD card in Raspberry Pi still doesn't want to boot at the end. A new tool for Mac, Windows and Linux with graphical user interface solves the problem: Etcher.
Backing up the SD card of the Raspberry Pi is really time consuming. Switch off the Raspberry, remove the card, insert the card into the computer, create an image of the SD card, switch the card back into the Raspberry, switch it on again. Lots of manual work and downtime for the duration of the backup. Reason enough to do it all remotely via terminal session. These are the instructions for creating and restoring the backup. Works for backups of SD cards on any Linux system.
A few years ago I came across an Advent wreath made of old RAM bars on 9gag. I found the idea quite nice, the implementation was rather moderately detailed. Reason enough to take matters into your own hands.
In this video I'll show you how to set up the Nikon D500 to create an exposure bracket for HDR shots. We store all HDR-specific settings in a separate user setting under the photo and individual settings, so that we can quickly switch between normal workflow and HDR workflow.