This works for me. EXCEPT, since I run Adguard the computer couldn’t reach the home-assistent server.
Changed the DHCP to not use the HA Adguard ip and I could run the last command.
Now the message is gone.
Thank you for helping! (Can these commands be pinned somewhere so people can find it much easier?)
Thank you this helped me as well!
I’m still having issues with this, using the latest installer.
Ignoring Apparmor (which breaks other items on my system and needs more thought) I have systemd-journal-gatewayd running. I have /run/systemd-journal-gatewayd.sock (empty file, owned by root) in place, and /lib/systemd/ contains systemd-journal-gatewayd (executable) but I’m now totally lost as to why HA can’t find it. Systemctl status systemd-journal-gatewayd returns that it is running, from /lib/systemd/system/systemd-journal-gatewayd.service and the CGroup contains /lib/systemd/systemd-journal-gatewayd
I’m lost as to what should be where and what should be referencing where, and why the installer doesn’t do this automatically.
Nov 03 20:10:41 homeassistant systemd-journal-gatewayd: microhttpd: Setting TCP_NODELAY option to ON state failed: Operation not supported
Nov 03 20:10:41 homeassistant systemd-journal-gatewayd: microhttpd: Setting TCP_CORK option to OFF state failed: Operation not supported
Nov 03 20:10:41 homeassistant systemd-journal-gatewayd: microhttpd: Failed to push the data from buffers to the network. Client may experience some delay (usually in range 200ms - 5 sec).
Should anybody be still looking for a solution, then the following can resolve it.
This problem is caused by Debian 11 having a too old version of libmicrohttpd12.
As per Since supervisor 2022.10.x host log not working correct on supervised installation · Issue #255 · home-assistant/supervised-installer · GitHub
The solution on Debian bullseye is to backport the package from Bookworm or Testing
Simple Backport Creation
Append the following to /etc/apt/sources.list
#Debian testing packages sources
deb-src http://deb.debian.org/debian/ testing main
sudo apt update
sudo apt install packaging-dev debian-keyring devscripts equivs
apt source libmicrohttpd12/testing
sudo mk-build-deps --install --remove
fakeroot debian/rules binary
dpkg-buildpackage --build=binary --unsigned-changes
sudo apt install ./libmicrohttpd12_<version>_<arch>.deb