In an effort the make it easier to install the Pi-hole, I have revamped the automated install command (in a separate branch of the project). It’s not official yet as I am hoping some of you will be willing to test it out before I push/merge the changes. Continue reading “New Pi-hole Installation Method And Sneak Peak At Front End Feature”
Do you need a Website set up right meow? Using
nc), you can use your Mac to instantly set up a Webpage without configuring a Web server. This could be used to quickly share files via a Web browser (by creating a hyperlink with
file:///some/filepath/), or it could be used as a temporary Website while maintenance is being performed.
This command will create a Webpage that can be downloaded once. After it is downloaded the program ends and the page will no longer be accessible. You would need to enter the command again in order to view the page. Continue reading “Create A Website On Your Mac Without A Webserver”
It was fun to see that the Pi-hole was mentioned on the Security Now podcast. Continue reading “Pi-hole Mentioned On Security Now! Podcast”
The Pi-hole blocks ads for your entire network and it does so without any attention from you. I get comments and emails every day of people saying that they like how well it works. This is nice because since I know that it is operational, I can work on fun, new features. I prefer to do things this way as there is no point in improving something that is already broken. So thankfully, the Pi-hole continues to run!
In this post, I will tell you about some back-end improvements and then I will be making a another post about something really fun that I have been working on for the front-end. Continue reading “Upcoming Features For The Ad-blocking Pi-hole: Back-end”
Currently, those of you who are running the Pi-hole from the DietPi image have the added benefit of the Web interface, which shows how your advertisement black hole is performing. Due to an issue, I haven’t included it in the automated installer just yet. But you can easily add it to your existing install by running a few commands. Continue reading “How To Install The Pi-hole Web Interface”