My C.H.I.P. microcomputer just shipped, and as soon as I get it, I am going to try to to turn it into an ad-blocking Pi-hole! The C.H.I.P. is only $9 and I would like to get it mentioned on their projects page if I can. I think it could be a cheaper alternative to the Raspberry […]
It’s fun to see people finding out the Pi-hole and their comments always make me smile. Check it out below.
This may work for other devices, but the one I used was a NEC DT700 (original PDF instructions). I have seen these models in several different workplaces. The process can probably be adapted for other phones, too.
While helping friends and family with their computers, I often need to download an app they don’t have or update it to the latest version–something I don’t really want to spend my time doing. This is definitely a first-world annoyance for me, but I always have fun making the computer do my laborious tasks for me, which […]
I’m happy to announce that tccutil.py is now available on Homebrew. A tool for modifying access to assistive devices from the command line. You can install it like this: brew install tccutil The real tccutil (designed by Apple’s engineers), found in /usr/bin, only has one feature: to reset the services (tccutil: Usage: tccutil reset SERVICE). From […]
Take a look at the picture below for the updated interface on it’s way. The coding is 90% done, but I have some bugs to fix first. I prefer to make the software stable before adding new features. If you would like to help, feel free to submit a pull request.
The only thing better than blocking advertisements is visualizing them in real time. There are a few different visualization tools like glTail.rb or goaccess, but my personal favorite is Logstalgia, which is the perfect supplement to the ad-blocking Pi-hole. The Pi-hole will block ads and also generate a log file for each request. When a […]