Good day to all
Please excuse the wrong names by which i refer to the menus. Couldn’t find the proper reference to the menu’s in the documentation.
Am puzzled why in spite of what seems to be a straightforward, text book install on an RPI of hass.io, what happened in reality did not follow the videos.
I downloaded Home Assistant for RPI3 model B ( hassos_rpi3-64-2.12.img ) which is version 0.95.4
Did a fresh install of hass.io following juan m tech’s video and written guide. the RPI was ethernet linked and so didn’t have to prepare the usb drive to configure wifi access. i attached a monitor / keyboard / mouse to the RPI to monitor the installation.
After giving the setup enough time to download HA, I accessed the RPI from a laptop via http://hassio.local:8123. i configured the name / username / password then entered HA. Clicked on the 3 lines on the upper left hand to bring out the side menu
When i clicked on Hass.IO to bring out the Add-On Store, the webpage hung for a while until an error message of
You can wait for it to become responsive or exit the page”
appeared. Selecting “Exit Webpage” closed the screen and brought me back to the “Logging in to Home Assistant Local” page
Entering username / password brought me back to the HA page. Clicking on the 3 lines on the upper left hand brought out the same unresponsive side menu. And the repeat of the error and time out of Home Assistant
To isolate the error, I did a fresh install of Ubuntu 18.04 desktop on a PC and followed the instructions to install Hass.IO on Ubuntu by Frenck. The HA version is also 0.95.4
After Home Assistant was installed, I then accessed its webpage from a Firefox browser on the Ubuntu PC and a laptop on the same switch as the PC
The laptop showed the same error as when it remotely accessed HA on the RPI. The Firefox browser on the Ubuntu PC ran correctly, being able to access all the side menu items ( Overview, Map, Logbook, Hass.IO, Configuration ) and display their sub options. I was able to display the Add-On Store of Hass.IO and select Configurator
Has anyone come across this behavior? Would anyone know why I’m not able to display / access the options of the side menu of Home Assistant?