Introducing Hass.io


#41

In case someone new to Docker encounters the same problem (took me half an hour before I asked stackoverflow):

If while using the build-script you get the error

denied: requested access to the resource is denied

doing a docker login on the shell and entering your credentials does the authentication that’s required to push to your repo.


#43

Yes. If you but a add-on to local repository, it will build it on device if no image is set.


#44

Yeah you need login on dockerhub. Please make a note to doc, that would be nice


#46

I’ve tried using the SSH option in hass.io, generated a key with Putty, loaded the key in Putty but it keeps saying “Server refused our key”

EDIT

Ok, I have the SSH server working on Port:22222
That was the user root, I kept trying Pi etc.

Same with Port 22 that’s also root.

Now to sort Samba :slight_smile:


#47

Joining the train and installed it yesterday! Now I’m just waiting for the open Zwave control panel containers before I can migrate my environment and start testing it on the missy :slight_smile:

Running it on a virtual Ubuntu 17.04 machine.
I’m totaly new to the docker concept, and a complete linux newbie, so creating my own addons is a big step :stuck_out_tongue:

Thanks for the solution so far! Realy hope this could be the next big thing, i really like the concept.


#48

is it possible to use custom components? I have them in a custom_components folder but are not loading


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#49

I’m experiencing a weird issue where zwave entities do no use the friendly_name provided but just use the entity name bases friendly_name instead.


#50

I experienced the same issue. eventually obtained a key on port 22222. ssh [[email protected]] -p 22222. What was the password?


#51

User root with no Password


#52

Hi DaleRobins,

Thanks for your response. But hitting the enter key on password prompt comes up with “Permission Denied”


#53

Did you put a ssh key on the root of the SD card, is it in the correct format and filename?

Have a look here:


#54

Hello everyone.

I started recently my journey into Home Assistant and after having installed it via Hassbian image and customized it a lot, I now stumbled into Hass.io.

After reading a bit, it is not clear to me if this can be installed over such an existing installation or if I need to start with Hass.io which will install Home Assistant.

I read here, but not totally sure if it’s going to work the same exact way.

Has anyone tried this and can provide any insights?

Thanks in advance.


#55

Backup your configuration folder, then install hass.io ‘clean’, after that works you can restore your configuration files.


#56

Ok thanks.

I will put the Hass.io image on a new SD card for testing purposes.

Btw, the underlying OS for Hass.io is not Raspbian, is it? Is it still Debian based?

Thanks in advance.


#57

It is based on ResinOS


#58

I’ll give it a try when I have the chance.

Thanks for the insights.


#59

No, you can login to the base resinOS via SSH and just run any docker container or install software as you like.
Follow this to SSH into the system: https://home-assistant.io/hassio/debugging/

I have portainer running as a container on it :slight_smile:


#60

The base access is only for debugging. You can make a add-on from your Container and run it over the UI inside hass. All other will not be supported and can break the system.


#61

I have created an addon based on another docker image for grafana. You can look at the config file in my repo if you want an example. You just need a similar config.json file in a “myaddon” folder in the local addon folder. You can access this folder over samba with the official samba addon.


#62

Yes, offcourse :slight_smile:
That is a good point to mention.