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[ Pihole ][ 4.1.0.0 ]Multi-platform, network-wide ad blocker
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updated to 4.1.0.0
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will (should) this work w/ Apahe2.4 (php7) https://pirinel.ro/showthread.php?tid=25 ?
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i think yes, but didn't test it
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(09-01-2019, 06:54 PM)MarianG Wrote: will (should) this work w/ Apahe2.4 (php7) https://pirinel.ro/showthread.php?tid=25 ?

I can confirm, it doesn't work with apache 2.4.
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#55
Sad 
I'm having very similar problems as listed in this thread. I've been using an old version of PiPhole, installed with all of the proper prerequisites. 

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I've tried a clean install of pihole as well, removing the folders mentioned in the thread. But logs are always saying failed to open / to check permissions.

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Also, any time I change a setting, I get an error message regarding service not being a command, in a blue box. 

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I'm up for any suggestions! 
Thank you!
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In fact, upgrading to this new version 4.1.0.0 hasn't really "worked" at all. Using only PiHole as the DNS server fails all network requests. Only after adding a secondary entry (Cloudflare 1.1.1.1) to my router's DHCP config does anything make a successful request at all.
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