/$ sudo ls -la /var/log/lighttpd
drwxr-x--- 2 www-data www-data 4096 Feb 26 13:44 .
drwxrwxr-x 12 root syslog 4096 Jul 12 17:46 ..
/$ sudo ls -la /var/log/lighttpd
I tried doing it in docker and still dosn't work. are there any members you know that successfully got it working using ubnutu server.
I don't know if anyone was successful, but you can search the forum for docker and ubuntu 20.04
So there isn't anything i can do at this time. and do you know if they work on updating pihole to work on updated os or is this a ubuntu issue.
I'm not a pihole developer - I can't tell you what they work on. I've seen this:
But no feature request was ever created to support 20.04. so far. Maybe you want to open one?
I see that pralor commented link to this chat/ thread.
Pralor is a bot, linking discourse with github.
lol ok im dumb, thank you for taking the time to help me i guess its a waiting game.
so it said to go to the discourse to make a request, but I'm unable to. My guess is that I'm new and need more rep to open up a new request for Ubuntu 20.04 support.
When you access
you are not allowed to click "new topic"?
ooh i clicked on implemented that why.
so how got the the pi hole web client up then i ran this
sudo systemctl status lighttpd
● lighttpd.service - Lighttpd Daemon
Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/lighttpd.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)
Active: active (running) since Sun 2020-07-12 22:16:06 UTC; 9min ago
Process: 1388 ExecStartPre=/usr/sbin/lighttpd -tt -f /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)
Main PID: 1450 (lighttpd)
Tasks: 6 (limit: 9301)
├─1450 /usr/sbin/lighttpd -D -f /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf
Jul 12 22:23:49 rick sudo: pam_unix(sudo:session): session closed for user root
Jul 12 22:24:00 rick sudo: www-data : TTY=unknown ; PWD=/var/www/html/admin ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/usr/local/bin/pihole enable
Jul 12 22:24:00 rick sudo: pam_unix(sudo:session): session opened for user root by morty(uid=0)
Jul 12 22:24:00 rick sudo: pam_unix(sudo:session): session closed for user root
Jul 12 22:24:01 rick sudo: www-data : TTY=unknown ; PWD=/var/www/html/admin ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/usr/local/bin/pihole status web
Jul 12 22:24:01 rick sudo: pam_unix(sudo:session): session opened for user root by morty(uid=0)
Jul 12 22:24:01 rick sudo: pam_unix(sudo:session): session closed for user root
Jul 12 22:25:23 rick sudo: www-data : TTY=unknown ; PWD=/var/www/html/admin ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/usr/local/bin/pihole status web
Jul 12 22:25:23 rick sudo: pam_unix(sudo:session): session opened for user root by morty(uid=0)
Jul 12 22:25:23 rick sudo: pam_unix(sudo:session): session closed for user root
active : active now, I'm not sure what I did I was snooping in the files.
To be honest i'm new to linux and I started googling about ssh and I change my ssh #22 to a random number. and I trying to use my phone to ssh in but couldn't gasp it or figure it out. Then I was trying to delete nextcloud but didn't know how and then I went to my ip and boom pi-hole shows up.
but the status on the pi hole: DNS service not running FTL offline
super weird i see a file in my downloads called pi-hole-teleporter_2020-07-12_10-02.42 and i dont recall downloading this file ??
I have Pi-hole running on Ubuntu 20.04 (Desktop version in a virtual machine). It is working 100% fine and went perfectly smooth using the usual one-line installer. I use the Pi-hole v5.0 version.
It is generated by Pi-hole when you use the Teleporter Backup feature on the Settings page or when you run some Pi-hole CLI command that does this.
Why did you do this? If your Pi-hole is not reachable from the Internet, you shouldn't do it. If it is, you shouldn't do it, either. Any port different from the default is bad. Two reasons: First, you may forget the exact number and it will cause headache for you. Second, a simple portscan can still find the random port immediately, it does not add a single bit of security (it just appears to do this, but it is an ill feeling of security which can quickly get you into trouble). One advice: SSH is a very very good and safe protocol. You you have it connected to the Internet, no big deal, however, instead of changing the port (which doesn't do anything), consider one of the following (or both):
- Disabled password login and use certificates. This may be considered "advanced" but it gives close to perfect security. It is also very convenient because you can connect without having to type passwords because you can do it only from those machines having the certificate.
- Use a good password and configure a firewall to block automated attempts to brute-force a login (rate-limiting).
There are excellent guides on the web for this.
Ok, so you got the web interface running?
So one issue fixed.
Please generate a new debug token.
Hello I will look into the certificates can sell phone have certs as well. and yes i will look up how to configure my firewall.
[✓] ** FINISHED DEBUGGING! **
* The debug log can be uploaded to tricorder.pi-hole.net for sharing with developers only. * For more information, see: https://pi-hole.net/2016/11/07/crack-our-medical-tricorder-win-a-raspberry-pi-3/ * If available, we'll use openssl to upload the log, otherwise it will fall back to netcat.
[i] Debug script running in automated mode
* Using curl for transmission.
[✗] There was an error uploading your debug log.
- Please try again or contact the Pi-hole team for assistance.
- A local copy of the debug log can be found at: /var/log/pihole_debug.log
Yes, phones support this as well. I use the very popular SSH client
JuiceSSH. It works best among all apps I tried on Android. After over two years of using it, I even bought the premium for some advanced features (unrelated here) and this really means something for me. I refrain from giving any money to software, usually.
Thursday I will do a ubnutu desktop install on a flash drive and see if it's pi-hole installs and runs smooth on it vs unnutu server.