Blocklist Clear

#3

where can i check it, i clear every list so normaly it cant block something … thahts stupid or not ?

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#4

Okay Pi-holed (wildcard) but why it dosnt showed into the Domain on Blocklist ?

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#5

You can see blocked domains and also Wildcard ones here:
http://pi.hole/admin/queries.php

They can be looked up also in advance here (blacklist):
http://pi.hole/admin/list.php?l=black

It should like this (^|\.)mangarock\.com$

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#6

THanks but how can i clear everything out of the list, beacuse the Blacklist is Clear and the Dashboard show it to me, that nothing will block

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#7

Please generate a debug log, upload it and post the token here so we can take a look at your configuration.

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#8

[✓] Your debug token is: nspdedbw52

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#10

What is the output of cat /etc/pihole/regex.list

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#11

i dont know where can i check it ?
I always recommended clicking on the installation

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#12

Run that command from the terminal on the Pi-Hole host platform.

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#13

wich command the installer ?

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#14

Not the installer. In Linux, there is a command line terminal, and this is where you type the command.

When you installed Pi-Hole, you ran an installation script in the terminal. The command I sent you in the reply should be put in the same terminal.

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#15

cat /etc/pihole/regex.list This into the Terminal.
I deleted the contents of the lists from the folder

adlists.list
black.list
blacklist.txt
regex.list
Whitelist.txt

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#16

Was there anything in that file or was there no output from that command?

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#17

this files are clear

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#18

What is the output of this command: ls -la /etc/pihole

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#20

What is the output of this command: sudo grep mangarock /var/log/pihole.log

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#21

match in binary file next error the adtrure.com appears only as a white box

Edit match in binary file (adtrue.com)

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#22

I thought the problem was with a mangarock domain. Please post a screen shot of what you are seeing after you run the terminal command.

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