Something went wrong and I need to reinstall HA. I have install HA following this guide
Since ubuntu is installed, can I just follow the following to reinstall HA or I must (how?) uninstall it first?
Copy each line of the below commands and paste them into a terminal/Putty window, and execute them one at a time.
apt-get install -y software-properties-common apparmor-utils apt-transport-https avahi-daemon ca-certificates curl dbus jq network-manager socat
systemctl disable ModemManager
systemctl stop ModemManager
curl -fsSL get.docker.com | sh
Now the machine has everything it needs to run Home Assistant. The following command will download, install and get Home
Assistant - Supervised up and running for you;
curl -sL "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/home-assistant/supervised-installer/master/installer.sh" | bash -s
no i am not.
but i have problem with an integration that I can not resolve and I think the only way is to reinstall it.
Right now I have 12 switches (lights) that are unavailable
I tried several times to delete it through config entries,device/entities registry, but HA wouldn’t start.
I have copies of them and now it is functional again but not my lights. I also tried to restore from previous version.
You need to look in the .storage files and remove any reference to it, taking extreme care to maintain the json file structure. Making a backup copy of this folder and placing it somewhere other than in the config folder would be prudent.
I have tried this but unfortunately I can 't. Every time I am deleting something wrong and HA won’t start.
I replace the the original folders etc, but I am stuck. I am doing this the past 8 hours. That’s why I am asking for a reinstall. But as I see it is difficult too (for not experience user)