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💫 Nov 12
Using to host a Debian server I built a and configured it with so I can use on the go when I’m away from my home network. Never leave home without it.
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Duncan “sFractal” Sparrell Oct 27
Enjoying learning with at
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Spike Nov 13
Is there a problem with the latest docker image of ? $ docker pull pihole/pihole > ... > Pulling repository > Tag latest not found in repository
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C҉ Y҉ B҉ E҉ C Jun 17
Thanks to and the rest of my amazing winning team at the on Friday - I now have a new to tinker with 👍 any ideas for projects? Preferably / related 😆 (I've already got a on the go)
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merlos Jul 12
Just deployed on our SOC
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Derek Morgan Jul 21
day 1 success. Haven't seen an ad in hours. No regrets.
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Trillasaurus Flex🦕[at] OpenStack summit Oct 19
has been running a whopping 23 minutes, & has already blocked 138 queries. Also, I really like pihole. Gonna try to spin it up in OpenShift tomorrow. 😸
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N1AAE Curtis Jan 23
Another about to go into 24/7 operation. First used for , a local dns server / ad block for my home network. Second will be used as a RX/TX I-Gate / Digipeter for amateur radio. I've got a 3rd one somewhere...
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Cliffford Smart Home Nov 15
Today I blocked 5 ads. It's 8.2% of all my internet traffic. Status:(on)
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Kevin 27 Sep 17
I love using free apps and seeing “upgrade to premium to remove ads” ... oh you have ads? Thanks so much ❤️
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Paul Sheehan Aug 13
How many people with a ended up setting up a second device on their home network for redundancy purposes?
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Marcus Nov 12
Post installation, DNS request reduced by 49%. 37% blocked 12% cached
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michbsd Nov 13
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Capt Daags Sep 20
The had arrived. Isn't he cute. Thanks
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Kristian Koivisto-Kokko Jul 24
I set up a and tirned off Adblock on My desktop. She's to be working great, and looking at those requests, over 1/3 of queries are getting blocked. That's crazy. Ads, you outta control!
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Ravi Bhikhie Jul 10
My Pi-Hole is dying because . I think. If this happens to you, you can spin up a virtual pihole in say, while you refresh your physical . Debian works fine for this.
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chris Nov 14
Replying to @crslng
~32% (38,045) of all (118,424) DNS requests for ads in the last 7 days have been blocked on my home network thanks to . The highest count in a single day was on 11th November when 737 requests were blocked.
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Jermal Smith May 3
Most of us take using the internet for granted today, we treat is as a utility like running water or electricity in our homes. But we might not stop to think about what we’re giving away. Limit this with and -
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Devin L. Ganger Oct 21
Quick project—Raspberry Pi 3 network ad blocker. Took less than an hour following tutorial from and already silently transparently blocking 15% of my network traffic.…
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UnbornxHA Nov 15
Today was a good day! Why, you ask? Because I blocked 17921 ads via Pi-Hole! Status:(Offline)
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