Installing Pi-hole On A Raspberry Pi: Configure Network to use Pi-hole

Raspberry PiThis post is part of the series on building my new Raspberry Pi; this series is a sub-series of the Adventures with a Raspberry Pi.

With Pi-hole installed and configured, the final step is to change the DNS settings on the router to point to the Pi-hole rather than the old DNS servers. In my case, they were pointing to OpenDNS on the router, so it as a case of changing them to look to the IP address configured on the Pi-hole which is set to use OpenDNS.

Every router is different in how DNS servers are configured; if your router doesn’t allow the DNS servers to be changed, you could change the DNS settings on your computers instead; bear in mind this approach takes far more effort.

Adventures With A Raspberry Pi

Adventures With A Raspberry Pi
Building The Raspberry Pi: CanaKit Raspberry Pi 3 B+ Complete Starter Kit
Building The Raspberry Pi: Raspberry Pi Build
Building The Raspberry Pi: Install Operating System
Building The Raspberry Pi: First Run
Building The Raspberry Pi: System Configuration Tool
Building The Raspberry Pi: Enable SSH For Remote Access
Building The Raspberry Pi: Securing the Raspberry Pi
Building The Raspberry Pi: Conclusion
Installing Pi-hole On A Raspberry Pi: What is Pi-hole?
Installing Pi-hole On A Raspberry Pi: Install Pi-hole
Installing Pi-hole On A Raspberry Pi: Change Pi-hole Admin Password
Installing Pi-hole On A Raspberry Pi: Configure Network to use Pi-hole
Using Pi-hole On A Raspberry Pi: Blocked Adverts
Using Pi-hole On A Raspberry Pi: Admin Interface
Using Pi-hole On A Raspberry Pi: Disabling Pi-hole
Using Pi-hole On A Raspberry Pi: Whitelisting a Site
Using Pi-hole On A Raspberry Pi: Update Blocklists
Using Pi-hole On A Raspberry Pi: Maintain Blocklists
Using Pi-hole On A Raspberry Pi: Change DNS Servers
Using Pi-hole On A Raspberry Pi: Connecting With SSH
Using Pi-hole On A Raspberry Pi: Updating the Pi-hole
Using Pi-hole On A Raspberry Pi: Conclusion
What Else Can I Use It For?
Prepare New SD Card For Raspberry Pi OS: Download SD Card Formatter
Prepare New SD Card For Raspberry Pi OS: Install SD Card Formatter
Prepare New SD Card For Raspberry Pi OS: Format SD Card
Prepare New SD Card For Raspberry Pi OS: Download NOOBS
Prepare New SD Card For Raspberry Pi OS: Copy Files To The SD Card
Prepare New SD Card For Raspberry Pi OS: Conclusion

SQL Script to Delete Unused Segments

Microsoft Dynamics GPWhile the General Ledger Year-End Close routine can delete unused segments, during implementation, or creation of new companies , we sometimes end up with segments created which are not needed. The below script can be used to remove all segments not assigned to an account (segments which have been used will not be removed).

The script allows the user to define which segment should be removed by changing the highlighted parameter:

/*
Created by Ian Grieve of azurecurve|Ramblings of a Dynamics GP Consultant (http://www.azurecurve.co.uk)
This code is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Int).
*/
DECLARE @SGMTNUMB AS VARCHAR(2) = 3

DELETE FROM
	GL40200
WHERE
	SGMTNUMB = @SGMTNUMB
AND
	SGMNTID NOT IN (
			SELECT
				CASE @SGMTNUMB 
				WHEN 1 THEN GL100.ACTNUMBR_1
				WHEN 2 THEN GL100.ACTNUMBR_2
				WHEN 3 THEN GL100.ACTNUMBR_3
				WHEN 4 THEN GL100.ACTNUMBR_4
				WHEN 5 THEN GL100.ACTNUMBR_5
				WHEN 6 THEN GL100.ACTNUMBR_6
				WHEN 7 THEN GL100.ACTNUMBR_7
				WHEN 8 THEN GL100.ACTNUMBR_8
				WHEN 9 THEN GL100.ACTNUMBR_9
				WHEN 10 THEN GL100.ACTNUMBR_10
				END
			FROM
				GL00105 AS GL105
			INNER JOIN
				GL00100 AS GL100
					ON
						GL100.ACTINDX = GL105.ACTINDX
			)
GO