HASS.IO Docker?


That sounds great, Are you planning on putting a tutorial together?


If you’re planning on running it on Synology, I don’t think @davedan’s solution will help.

It has always been possible to run HASS.IO as Docker. This requires you to install Supervisor to your Server/Box. However, for us Synology folks, we want to run Supervisor inside its own Docker container, which is currently not possible.

Essentially what is currently supported:

Host Machine
   - Supervisor / HASS IO
      - Docker
        - Home Assistant
        - Addon One
        - Addon Two

What we Synology folks want/need is

Host Machine
  - Docker
    - Supervisor / HASS IO <-- Running in its own container, controlling sister containers
    - Home Assistant
    - Addon One
    - Addon Two


correct, as per my post above I run this on an Ubuntu Server, I’ve never been able to have this tunning on my Synology :frowning:

sorry, maybe I should have been more precriptive on my post.


I did think it was too good to be true :smiley:, thanks anyways @davedan and @philhawthorne


error only systemd is supported how did you overcome this? i ran

curl -sL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/home-assistant/hassio-build/master/install/hassio_install | bash -s

from putty ssh to synology nas as admin then “sudo su” Password… in DSM6.1+


First, I didn’t run it that way ( never run anything that I can’t review first ). so I always download the script, review it, adapt it and then execute.

Can you try to do a curl -sL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/home-assistant/hassio-build/master/install/hassio_install first, and then run it with ./hassio_install (as you’re already su )??

As per my post I wasn’t unable to make this work in Synology. Do you happen to have another place to test?


Try to run install by login in with root instead of sudo I install it like that on my Ubuntu server Docker


Struggling to install it on an intel Nuc with ubuntu server 18.04 installed.

Supervisor service won’t start because of docker error :

docker.dockerd[1279]: time="2018-12-10T16:25:22.727326655Z" level=error msg="Handler for POST /v1.38/containers/34c9700e0cdd0af28159058873795c4c7ba2654527b9e38ba4fbaf
8d46130dea/start returned error: error while creating mount source path '/usr/share/hassio': mkdir /usr/share/hassio: read-only file system"

Any helps appreciated.


Hello @frazha use these commands to get the installation done on you Nuc

Run these commands in the same order

|sudo -i|
||add-apt-repository universe|
||apt-get update|
||apt-get install -y apparmor-utils apt-transport-https avahi-daemon ca-certificates curl dbus jq network-manager socat software-properties-common|
||curl -sSL https://get.docker.com | sh|
||curl -sL “https://raw.githubusercontent.com/home-assistant/hassio-build/master/install/hassio_install” | bash -s|


Hello , i have tried but it’s not working
As a workaround, i deactivated apparmor and it works fine.



Docker HASSIO Image size?

Has anyone been able to change the amount of storage allocated to the HASSIO disk size?
Docker is working fine but the disk is not large enough.