James Flower

C# .NET and Web Developer

Tag: raspberry pi

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Install a Self-Hosted VPN with PiVPN on a Raspberry Pi

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The Raspberry Pi is a very useful and versatile computer you can use to host and run a variety of services from your own home. An example of this is Pi-hole which allows you to implement network-wide ad-blocking for all your devices. However, when you’re away from your network (for example on a mobile device or laptop) you won’t get the benefits of this ad-blocking. You also won’t be able to connect to other services running on your network. PiVPN can help with this by allowing you

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Network-wide Ad Blocking with Pi-hole

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Ads can sometimes be a bit frustrating, or turn up in places we don’t expect. For example, ads on subscription-based services. Serving ads can also consume a substantial amount of bandwidth on some sites. There are a variety of ad blocking browser extensions you can install (such as Adblock Plus or uBlock) on your computer to block ads. However, you have to install these on each device you use, and some devices like TVs and games consoles, don’t support extensions. It would be much

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