or would it have to be on a VM like docker?
Chrome OS is not on the list of Pi-hole's supported OS.
It would have to be in a supported environment, either a VM or via Docker.
what I have been reading, is to change bios and install a supported version of linux so that pi hole will run natively
I am pretty sure that you can install pi-hole on ChromeOS without running a different OS. Enable Linux, and run
curl -sSL https://install.pi-hole.net | bash
in the Linux terminal.
Hi, tried to install pi-hole on my Acer R13 chromebook, failed with the following error message:
[x]Downloading and installing FTL
error: URL https://github.com/pi-hole/ftl/releases/latest/download/pihole-FTL-aach64-linux-gnu not found
[x] FTL engine not installed
Wonder if I should use different install cmd? I used the one you suggested above.
https://github.com/pi-hole/FTL/releases/download/v5.2/pihole-FTL-aarch64-linux-gnu (you're lacking the
aarch above) works just fine for me.
I tried one more time to install pi-hole, it worked! Not sure why the first time it failed.
pihole worked fine, from my Mac and iPhone I can tell a lot of ads were blocked, very happy.
But I can't access the pihole admin from my Mac, at http://pi.hole/admin
I have also tried at the IP address like: http://100.115.98.xxx/admin
I got safari error message: Safari can't find the server
Any suggestion on how to fix the problem?
pihole installs on chromebooks with Linux Beta.
The admin panel is at this address: http://100.115.92.199/admin/index.php
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