I’ve been running Home Assistant Supervised on my Synology NAS until now, but since it’s no longer supported, I’m looking into alternatives to run HA on - either a Raspberry Pi, or the suggested Docker solution.
To be honest I’m not the most savvy with these things, and it took no small effort to get it running on the Synology to begin with (which I thought was already using Docker anyway, so the “Docker solution” as an alternative confuses me).
So I figured my best bet is to run it in a Pi this time, since that seems to be the de facto hardware standard.
But I’ll need to move my current instance of Home Assistant naturally, so does anyone know how seamless a transfer from the Supervised installation to a Pi would be?
Do I simply install HA on the Pi and restore a current snapshot?
I’m also using a Z-Wave USB stick, which I’m hoping would work painlessly with the transfer, but I really can’t be sure, so I would appreciate any kind of advice here. Thanks in advance!