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UI for Blocky.

This application uses root privileges to run as this is needed to start blocky with root privileges. This is a security risk!

This application disables Connman DNS functionality and setups Blocky as DNS resolver. It restores connman original setup when you uninstall it.

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Source code on GitHub.

Translations via Weblate, thank you!




Application versions: 
File harbour-blocky-0.0.6-1.aarch64.rpm5.54 MB09/02/2024 - 18:47
File harbour-blocky-0.0.6-1.armv7hl.rpm5.54 MB09/02/2024 - 18:47

- Update Blocky to 0.23


eson's picture

Your weblate link doesn't work.

Fellfrosch's picture

Unfortunately I have the same problem as kaulian. I''v installed Blocky and now Hotspot is borked. Unfortunately uninstallation doesn't change things. How can we revert to original connman functionality?

ilpianista's picture

To solve the problem, what happens if you override the DNS on your laptop?

I'm sorry that unistalling doesn't solve the problem, try with a reboot please.

Fellfrosch's picture

Nothing to be sorry about. It seems, that not blocky was the culprit. But that's a longer story. If you are interested. Have a look over here:

Thanx for our efforts!

ilpianista's picture

I'm glad to hear that!

kaulian's picture

Thanks for update

New bug for me, hotspot dont works when blocky is enable.

How can i disable it and restore connand with uninstall it ?


kaulian's picture

For the second point i found solution


then service on the ap of my mobile network and i use this dns

kaulian's picture



it a very good project


2 problems for me


- the configuration is in /home/defaultuser not /home/nemo (i have to change the systemd unit)


- the dns dont work in mobile data (seems ipv4/ipv6 issue..)

ilpianista's picture

> - the configuration is in /home/defaultuser not /home/nemo (i have to change the systemd unit)

Oh, it's the first time I hear that the username can be different from the nemo user. I'll just move the config file to /etc at this point. My initial plan was to avoid to require root privileges, but in the end I've to.

> - the dns dont work in mobile data (seems ipv4/ipv6 issue..)

This one is harder to debug for me. Maybe if you provide some log of the blocky output I can try to help.