New user. Have spent about 12 hours on the forums today doing my best to read up before posting. I have managed to evolve from total newbie with no experience to the same with about +1 XP
I’m using a Pi Zero W with the Hass OS from the site. No matter how many times I create and edit a wpa_supplicant.conf in the root directory, my Pi wil not connect to Wifi on first boot.
Once I use the sudo nano /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf command, the contents I’m presented are not the ones I placed in the root directory file. Easy, edit that and I’m up on wifi. The problem is, I’ve missed that first boot and am playing catchup. After hours and hours of searching I found my guardian angel in the form of user Ludeeus posting the following command;
sudo hassbian-config install homeassistant --force
Things are looking good and I get the message that everything is running and to go to the http://hassbian.local:8123 address but unfortunately, no luck. Cannot connect.
I have scrolled up and seen the following
Could not find any downloads that satisfy the requirement hassbian
No distributions at all found for hassbian
Storing debug log for failure in /home/homeassistant/.pip/pip.log
That doesn’t look great. I feel like I am playing a catch up game I’m never going to get on top of. Plus it looks like I’m missing some folders
[email protected]:~ $ cd /home/homeassistant/.homeassistant -bash: cd: /home/homeassistant/.homeassistant: No such file or directory
My question is, does anyone know how to actually update these wifi settings before first boot (as the wpa supplicant file in root just doesn’t seem to replicate/bloody work at all) OR does anyone know a list of commands to install everything I missed on that first boot?
Thanks in advance to the community.