What is the best way to run
- Home assistant
- Kodi (preferably Libreelec)
on the same Raspberry Pi 4? It has plenty of power to run all of these simultaneously but I’m looking for the cleanest possible way.
Right now, I run Libreelec with Docker addon with Hass and HB in it but it’s a bit cumbersome (I’m a bit confused as to where I am now in the CLI and LibreElec shell is limited, not allowing things like apt). Also, my install of HA seems to be extremely bare-bones, no add-on store, no Configurator…
Am I correct in thinking the best way would be :
- install Raspbian
- install Docker in there
- run 3 separate containers with Kodi, HB and Hass
What I’m worried about are weird conflicts in network and HDMI-CEC. All of these have myriads of possible ways to install, and for a relative noob, it can get a bit confusing.
Right now, I’m at loss:
I can’t install Hass.io under Docker on Raspbian (I just can’t log into the UI) and people advise not to (as it’s basically a container within a container).
Also, Libreelec can’t be installed under Docker and I don’t think general Kodi is well optimized for Pi (things like HDMI CEC)
With Docker installed as a Kodi addon, I can’t install Hass.io as I can’t use apt-get or other package installer.
can’t install OSMC (full linux stack) as it’s not ready for RPi4