Changing password of Pi-Hole in a Docker instance

Since a random password is automatically set during install in Docker, it is necessary to change this password later, in order to be able to access the admin-panel. You can use this line: Then change the password and you can login. For more info on Pi-Hole in Docker, see:

Set fixed IP-adress to Raspberry Pi running Raspbian

Set a fixed IP-adress to a raspberry Pi running Raspbian: open up /etc/dhcpcd.conf with a text editor. sudo nano /etc/dhcpcd.conf Scroll down until you see the line static ip_address=. Uncomment that line Then add some stuff (fill the ip-adresses with something relevant to your network. interface eth0static ip_address= routers= domain_name_servers= Save and Done! You could…

Install Docker on a Raspberry Pi.. (easy)

Download Raspbian Lite Use Etcher to create a bootable SD-card Add an file named SSH (no extension) in /boot touch SSH Insert SD and start Raspberry find IP-adress using ping raspberrypi.local Or find it in your router. SSH into your Pi: ssh pi@IP-adress password: raspberry change some stuff if you like: raspi-config (like your password…

Raspberry Pi & Docker

A very interesting project on github: This enables you to very easily get Docker up and running on a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian Lite: easy and quick!