addon-pi-hole - Pi-hole - Community Hass.io Add-on for Home Assistant

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Pi-hole is an advertising-aware DNS- and web server, meant to be run on a dedicated Raspberry Pi connected to your home network. Pi-hole lets you block advertisements for every device that connects to your network without the need for any client-side software. This add-on is a port of Pi-hole to be able to run on Hass.io and is based on Alpine Linux and is using Docker.

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