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Hi folks, just a quick post to mention that we’ve pushed a hotfix which should resolve any issues you may have been seeing related to IPv6 blocking.
Full details can be found on the GitHub repo.
Thanks to all those who reported this to us, keep your eyes for a bigger release coming soon™
There may be an issue in a small number of installs running
pihole -up, if you are affected please run the following commands to reset your local repository, this will get you onto 3.1.4 and should fix
pihole -up if it was broken.
sudo rm -rf /etc/.pihole
sudo git clone https://github.com/pi-hole/pi-hole /etc/.pihole
We’re happy you are still supporting us so we have released version 3.1 of Pi-hole. This release has several tweaks and fixes to improve the overall experience. Continue reading “Pi-hole v3.1 Has Been Released”
We have released a patch, v3.0.1, for Core and Web to fix a security issue as well as some other fixes and tweaks. Continue reading “Pi-hole 3.0.1 Fixes And Tweaks”
If you have been struggling with a slow Web interface, you’ll love this update. There are plenty of details on this new feature, but if you are a casual user, the only thing you need to know is that it is fast. This release also has some other things you will enjoy. Read on to find out more or check out changes.pi-hole.net. Continue reading “Pi-hole™ 3.0 Is Here Featuring Our New FTL Engine”
Well, 49 out of 50 customers now have a limited edition Pi-hole shirt–I forgot to seal an envelope so there is one lost shirt, somewhere in the Post Office 🤦. People have been asking if we will be selling any more. The answer is yes, and then some. Continue reading “The Pi-hole™ Swag Store Is Now Open”
This release includes fixes and tweaks, but the main thing you may be interested in is the new Pi-hole Checkout feature.
We’ve made it a bit easier for the users who want to check out what’s happening in our
development branches. If you decide you want to check out some of the features we are working on prior to release, this is the place to do it. Be aware that the development branches are our test grounds so things can and will break so we do not recommend trying this in a production environment. Continue reading “Pi-hole Core 2.13.2 / Web 2.5.2”
Don’t forget to vote for your favorite feature requests (or submit your own). This release includes seven of your requests.
- The project will now use EUPL for it’s license. All code previous to this
master release will remain under their respective licenses.
- You will now have the choice to install the Web interface or not.
- You can see hostnames in the query log now.
- Whitelisted domains can be hidden from the Top Domains list.
- We have added a custom timer for the disable option and a countdown clock after disabling.
Continue reading “Pi-hole 2.13 Core / 2.5 Web”
We are happy to release another new version of Pi-hole (Core and Web). Your support and contributions have helped it become a reality. This release includes several fixes and tweaks, which you can read about on changes.pi-hole.net. We have also added some new features.
You requested it and we implemented it. Once enabled, there is a link you can click that will check to see if it is working. Continue reading “DNSSEC And Wildcarding Available In Pi-hole Core 2.12 / Web 2.4”
We know the Web interface has been very slow when people’s query logs get too large, so we are here to preview something that addresses this and we are branding it FTL (Faster Than Light) to fit with the theme of Pi-hole and also to indicate how much better it performs over PHP.
This wasn’t much a problem in the early days of Pi-hole because the Web interface was pretty basic and the ad lists were reasonably small. Now that users can add their own block lists and are using Pi-hole in enterprise environments, the quantity of daily queries people are generating has increased. Continue reading “Coming Soon To A Pi-hole Near You: FTL”