The Raspberry Pi 3 is the third generation of the famous 35$ nano PC with the size of a credit card. For this latest evolution, a Wi-Fi controller has been integrated which opens a lot of new possibilities, including creating a Wi-Fi access point. Continue reading →
These last 2 nights, I spent a couple of hours to test Pi Hole, an interesting project of DNS-based ad blocker to install on a Debian distribution in a Raspberry Pi. The concept of Pi Hole is to configure your device (laptop, phone, tablet) to use Pi Hole server as your primary DNS server. Pi Hole then takes care of filtering any DNS request related to ad content.