Pi-Hole: The sentry at your doorstep

Sorry for writing after such a long time. My R&D pipeline almost dried at the right end while the left end is overflowing. The backlog is getting longer. I promise to start improving my presence over time. So, won’t you like to have sentry at your doorstep to shoo away the bad elements or the unwanted guests? Definitely yes. This is equally important for your digital doorway as well. This is even more relevant as you have started working from home. Everyone at home are now working online and a whole lot of browsing and a whole lot of extra

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Pi of Life: setting up a DLNA Server

Sorry for the late reporting! After setting up the Pi and setting up the NAS on it, the next step was to look for additional usage. One on high rank of need was to move the media in such a way that I can stream it to anywhere. I was actually already using a shared iTunes Library when I was using the HDD on the USB port of the router. But the performance was not that good. Plus I was stuck to iTunes on my laptops. Plus, it did not support any TV or other devices without iTunes. At times,

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