No, I abandoned it, it may well be possible to install to a 32 bit machine but not without significant tweaking. I suspect the very frequent updates in HA would break the installation and lead to further tweaking so I left it alone. I’m running HA in Virtualbox on my daily laptop now, works fine.
EDIT: the main problem is with Docker, as far as I recall
Heh, I’m back!! Well, I spent today waiting for NabuCasa to work (it had issues). I signed up for a trial account, I got SmartThings configured in Home Assistant, it looks cool! I can use my PC in my studio to access it. I DO have a monitor/keyboard/mouse hooked to it - I have the room, it’s in an upstairs corner. So then I shut down/restarted because I had to move the PC one last time.
hello - log in to Debian screen!
So I logged in with my username and password (from step 1.11). Successfully!
But… No Home Assistant! LOL I have the IP correct, and the port correct… But no Home Assistant!
I would appreciate any help. Also, any help to automatically restart it after a reboot.
If you reboot the machine, you don’t need to do this. The only time you need to log into the Debian machine is if you are running Debian OS updates - you manage HA from the web interface.
HA automatically restarts when the machine starts. If you have have set up a Nabu Casa account, it seems as though there was some connectivity issues for a few hours today that were causing start up problems for many.
I would suggest rebooting the machine, waiting a few minutes and then visiting http://IP_OF_THE_MACHINE:8123