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Raspberry Pi Zero W v1 up for grabs

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    PlaneMan
    @planeman

    It was bought for my mum but she’s given up on it.

    Free to a good home. Have the power supply and micro HDMI to HDMI if they are needed.

    It’s been in a case from the start and boots fine. NO micro SD card included.

     

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    PlaneMan
    @planeman
    Forumite Points: 7,395

    It’s been claimed.

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    wasbit
    @wasbit
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    I run pi-hole on a version 2 pi zero, thanks to Dave & Ed P who post about these things, which means I can leave it permanently in place whilst leaving my RP for other things. Just a thought if it went to a forumite.

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    #62327
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    Dave Rice
    @ricedg
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    It was Drehza who first dipped his toe in the PiHole waters. I can’t stand being on a non filtered network now.

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    Drezha
    @drezha
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    I think I’ve been running since 2016? (I found a blog post from Jan 2017, showing I’d at least written about it then!)

    Agreed – it makes life much nicer on the network, as it applies to both my Android and iOS devices. I browsed to a site yesterday on my work wifi and was amazed at the number of adverts on the site (I could barely see the article I was trying to read with all the adverts on the screen!)

    New NAS is running the Pi Hole fine now via Docker, so shouldn’t need a seperate Pi for it. :good: I’ve not investigated running it over a VPN but apparently it’s possible so you have ad blocking anywhere.

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    Dave Rice
    @ricedg
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    I did that with my old Digital Ocean OpenVPN server, works just fine.

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