Obviously it will be slightly different depending on your network and version but it will look something like this. Kittell.net WARNING This computer system is the property of Kittell.net. It may be accessed and used only for authorized Kittell.net business by authorized personnel. Unauthorized access or use of this computer system may subject violators to …

This post may change a bit as I clean up the process, for now this is a working notepad. Recently I had one of my Raspberry Pi die, at no fault to the Raspberry Pi itself, and I had to reload my secondary DNS filter. The code below will assist you in replicating my process. …

If you setup your Raspberry Pi using the NOOBs installer you likely have various apps that you don’t want to keep. This script below will remove many of the preinstalled applications. wolfram-engine bluej geany greenfoot nodered nuscratch scratch sonic-pi libreoffice claws-mail claws-mail-i18n minecraft-pi pygame

If you are using Pi-Hole you may find this script useful Currently this is designed to run on the server that is running Pi-Hole but as I have more than one I want to monitor I will soon have an update for additional. First make sure you update your /var/www/html/admin/scripts/pi-hole/php/data.php Look at getSummaryData function and …

NMAP is a tool for scanning your network for machines that are up or down along with pulling some helpful information from the machines that are up. Similar to Remotely Find Raspberry Pi IP but this is a bit more in-depth First install nmap if needed Now you need to know your IP range to …

This will set the DNS servers that VPN users will use. Below is configured for OpenDNS Family Shield/, make sure you set the DNS that you prefer If you plan to access machines on your network you need the localip to be in your current network range otherwise you can use the below and simply …

First install nmap Then run IP addr show and look for something like ‘inet 10.1.1.68/24 brd 10.1.1.255’ Now based on the inet IP CIDR type You should see something like this Nmap scan report for 10.1.1.54 Host is up (0.00088s latency). MAC Address: B8:27:EB:18:E0:B3 (Raspberry Pi Foundation) Referenced from: http://trevorappleton.blogspot.com/2013/03/remotely-find-raspberry-pi-ip-address.html