I’ve done a manual install on my new Raspberry Pi, but when I logon to the front-end, the Hass.io menu item?
It shows in the sidebar:
- <missing: Hass.io>
I have HA version 0.78.3
I now noticed this is because of a manual install…? How do I utilise all the HA functionality then? i.e. adding add-ons etc?
not yet on .78 here, but adding
in the configuration.yaml might help
Tried that. Gives a Config error. As I understood if you don’t use the Hassio raspberry Image, you will miss this menu? So I wonder How I can easily add some add-ons etc?
sorry if I misinformed you, my bad. As said I am still on 75.3.
No problem. Guess I answered my own question
not sure here, all of a sudden I got config errors on Hassio (Hassos 0.78.3) without any misconfiguration , and Hassio menu disappeared. Reminiscing of the long struggle I had with Hassio in the pre 66 or so versions. I then learned the hassio: configuration to always show Hassio menu without exception.
So Ive just added it to the configuration.yaml again, just to see if that would indeed cause a config error as you said. It didnt, and it got my Hassio menu back…
hassio: is here to stay.