If you tested pihole, you perhaps look for a smaller Command Line version? Install dnsmasq by: sudo apt-get install dnsmasq Here DNS Rule Injector Script (copy & paste): blocker.sh # www.linuxonlinehelp.de 2019 # DNS Blocker for Small Linux with dnsmasq # #!/bin/bash # goto tmp (tmpfs) cd /tmp/ # get URL-Blocklists wget -O blocklist.txt https://v.firebog.net/hosts/Kowabit.txt # get Templates #SET Variables txt='blocklist.txt' IP='0.0.0.0' # set to 0.0.0.0 or to a Webserver with "white Page" showing Text "URL-blocked!! #merge URLs and redirect to wanted IP – Rule creation n=1; while read line; do echo 'address=/'$line'/$IP '>> 02-blocked1.conf ; n=$((n+1)); done < $txt […]
If you use a Android Phone you should cleanup by Reset every 6 Month: Remove of Background Apps Remove blown up Updates Remove unused Apps Disable unused Apps preinstalled Raise Security Raise Privacy Reduce burned Bandwith from App Homecalls Use Siteload to reinstall LESS Apps Use Browser against Apps ! Reduce Backlinks of Apps to Cloud Remove Google Account Reset Advertisment-ID at Google Settings Reset Phone Settings, often useful! Disable Mobile Net+Wifi Access to unused preinstalled Apps! Control Homecalls by connect to a OpenWRT Router with iftop! Increase Battery runtime. Remove E-Mail, Social-Media Apps against Viruses over Chat and Mails […]
If you search for a slim twitter client on desktops try the small “surf” browser install with: sudo apt-get install surf and use surf https://mobile.twitter.com/yourprofilename Now you have a slim and clean Twitter Timeline like on Tablets, it can be resized to Banner or Fullscreen.
Problem: If you up/downgrade a Debian most of unneeded files are always on your disk Solution: To check: $sudo dpkg -l | more To cleanup: dpkg –list |grep "^rc" | cut -d " " -f 3 | xargs sudo dpkg –purge If you like run the command twice cause sometimes deps are new taken or install deporphan to: $sudo deborphan | xargs sudo apt-get -y remove –purge If you like run the command twice cause sometimes deps are new taken