I installed home assistant core on Raspberry OS per the getting started guide. (This may have been mistake #1 as I’m not really an ‘experienced user’. More… adventurous or stupid I guess.
I noticed early on that I don’t have an addon store, a supervisor option. When looking for a backup solution (with no addon available) someone said I should just do it manually. Fair enough, I installled duplicity-S3, found the location of the config folder and added a cron job. Good stuff.
Now I see that a new update is out and I go looking for the update button. er… no - i google and find https://www.home-assistant.io/common-tasks/os/ which gives two options to update…the first directs me to the Supervisor panel (which I don’t have)… and the second gives me the CLI ha command. So I ssh in and get
ha command not found. Maybe I have to run this from the Python venv enviroment… so I get in there and run it… same problem.
So my question is … how on earth do I do an update to my home assistant core configuration? (I’ve put a lot of hours into setting up Mqqt intergrations and automations so I’d really not want to start fresh with Home Assistant Operating System (though I guess I might have to).