I’m sorry to ask what might be a stupid question to those more learned than I.
I’ve currently been running HA on Ubuntu (on a NUC), which is no longer supported. Haven’t had working updates for a little while now.
I’ve decided to take the plunge and migrate to Home Assistant OS to simplify my life.
When I burn the image using BalenaEtcher per “https://www.home-assistant.io/hassio/installation/” my USB device boots, but all I get is a flashing underscore prompt.
I hit the escape key a few times, I can see text flash up for a split second, I can make out text on the screen that indicates that ‘no target was found’, I figure this is due to Ubuntu and it’s partitions being hidden?
I’ve tried a bunch of different utils including:
systemrescue-7.01-amd64.iso (I assume the live version)
to see if I can manually delete the partition table to get it back to a new install experience… No luck on any of these…
I’ve burned the images using both BalenaEtcher and Rufus… Some outcome.
What the heck am I doing wrong?
The stubborn Ubuntu OS (16.0 LTS) keeps booting (with the exception of Home Assistance OS) regardless of what I plug into the usb slots…
Is there a guide someone can point me to work this through?
I can get to the advanced Grub installer CLI (via the Ubuntu Boot Screen), is this something I should consider?
ANY help greatly appreciated.
Keen to get my system migrated to a supported platform.