However, I get this error when running it and I don’t know why: “bash: curl: command not found” I am using a raspbian rasberry pi 3. I have looked through other posts and have tried running “sudo apt-get update” the pi updates all fine but doesn’t change the error I get when running the install command
This is what I get when running pihole-d. “bash: pihole: command not found”
I downloaded the newest version of Raspbian on https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian, then flashed the SD card with belenaEtcher on Windows.
I’m using a new Raspberry Pi 3B+ (Made in the UK/2017). I know that I can use wget to download the script, but I already installed Pi-hole on the device earlier and I had some trouble setting things up. This is a fresh installation of Respbian. I want to be sure that the issue is not hardware related, before moving on.
That did fix the issue with the installation. Thank you. Do you know a written guide on how to set up Pi-hole? The one’s I found didn’t work for me. I mean I manage to get into the admin panel through my Desktop, but the add-blocking does only work on the so far Pi. I’ve tried changing the Ethernet adapter on Windows, point to the Pi through the DNS settings on my router and use the DHCP settings by Pi-hole.
This guide I wrote and posted on Reddit. I had originally written it for a friend who started with zero Linux knowledge and wanted to set up a Pi-Hole from scratch. The guide gets you to a running Pi-Hole, and doesn’t discuss how to do configuration and other details in Pi-Hole.
We have several FAQ’s on this forum for configuring clients to use Pi-Hole:
Please generate a debug log, upload it when prompted and post the token here. We can take a look at your Pi-Hole setup for any errors.