GateSentry updates

GateSentry

Found some free time this weekend, decided to put it to use with some long needed updates to GateSentry. I’ve just pushed an update to the update server, which means if you’re using GateSentry, your client should update to the latest build automatically 🙂 . Here’s whats new:

  • Bug fixes in the administration panel
  • Added capability of blocking internet access in multiple time slots throughout the week. Now you can specify time slots during which GateSentry will block access.

  • Added Advanced View to the filter edit page. This allows you to modify the filter files at the json level. Useful for power users who need to copy lots of urls, keywords to the filters.



Written by on November 5, 2017

2 Comments
  • http://seangriffinit.com Sean

    Hi
    For some reason I cant get my rpi 3 to boot from your image do you have another copy please?

    • Abdullah

      Hi Sean,

      The backupSmall.img seems to be working for most people on the Pi3. Did the download complete succesfully for you? Would you like a MD5 to compare your downloaded image? Also, are you using an sd card of at least class 10? (Personal experience: For some reason my Pi 3 doesn’t boot up when I use SD-Cards that are less than class 10).

      Abdullah

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