In addition to the new, easier-to-remember installation command (curl -L install.pi-hole.net | bash), the installer has been completely revamped with dialog windows that guide you through the entire setup. You no longer need to set up a static IP before running the script.
Update 24/04/16 : Please note this guide is now out-dated, and it is recommended that you use the automated install to install and update pi-hole. If you used the automated install to set up your ad-blocking Pi-hole, it does not install the Web interface (yet) by default. With a few terminal commands, you can quickly install…
Pi-hole 2.0 can block millions of ads, all running from your Raspberry Pi. Just plug it into your router, set an IP address, run the script, and you are in business!
I have been working to improve the Pi-hole’s performance and and also make it easier to add additional sources you may want to pull domains from. Eventually, I would like the Pi-hole to block tracking domains, analytics, and malware domains, too. The new version of the script will make this much easier.
The mahakala list had a huge update and actually makes the Pi-hole run very slow. There is a workaround, and a hopeful fix somewhere down the line. If you like the P-hole and want to help, you can donate using the buttons below. Donate Bitcoins