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”
This update should fix many of the issues you may have run into with the last release. You can install this update with:
It also contains: Continue reading “Pi-hole 2.10.1 / 2.0.1 Fixes Zero Blocked Queries And More”
Thanks to your donations, we have been inspired to keep working on Pi-hole and are pleased to release new versions of both Pi-hole core (updated to version 2.10) and the Web interface (updated to version 2.0).
How To Update
to get these new features. Continue reading “Pi-hole Updated To 2.10 Core / 2.0 Web With Fixes And Goodies”
We’re happy to announce Pi-hole Core 2.9.5. And thank you for your continued donations.
We made lot’s of fixes and tweaks, which you can find at changes.pi-hole.net.
If you have any issues updating, there is a known bug in the current version of the update script which is hopefully resovled with this release. See this post on github for help with updating manually. Continue reading “Pi-hole 2.9.5 Released With Fixes And Two New Features”
We’re happy to introduce our new forums/FAQs/feature requests/general discussion platform, Discourse. Our old forums were not very good, so this is a welcomed change. Head over to discourse.pi-hole.net (the old forum links now redirect there).
We’ll still be available on Reddit, Twitter, and email, but this will be our go to place for Pi-hole discussion. We get notified of every post, so we can better assist you when you need us. We are still a small team so our responses may be a bit slow, but we do our best to respond to everyone. Continue reading “A Better Place To Discuss Pi-hole”
We’re happy to release a new version of Pi-hole core.
With this release, please accept our apologies for the
pihole -d command. You pointed out that it uploads some sensitive information without permission. We put a fix in place quickly, but we were a bit slow on the release. Continue reading “Pi-hole 2.9 Released With Important Bug Fixes Plus Some Cool New Stuff”
We really like it and we think you’ll agree.
Pi-hole has always been a community-driven project and we couldn’t have made it this far without all of you. In keeping with that spirit, we wanted our users to help us design and pick a new logo. Continue reading “Our New Logo”
Once again, thanks to those of you who are donating to Pi-hole. We are happy to release Pi-hole core 2.8 with support for some new operating systems, better debugging, and some bug fixes.
How To Update
Just run the installer again…yeah it’s still weird. Continue reading “Pi-hole 2.8 Released With CentOS and RHEL Support, Plus More”
We suspected that the voting numbers were being skewed, which was later confirmed by a confessor. It’s partly our own fault for not requiring any authentication to cast a vote. We also had some logos by the same designer as two different entries. Continue reading “Setbacks With Our New Logo”