Set up Haaska to connect Echo

Dear all,
I am setting up my home with hassio and going to connect it with Alexa Echo without using cloud service.
However, I am amateur user, not a developer/ coder so I do not understand these steps

_## Setup**_**

1. In the config/ directory, copy config.json.sample to config.json and update it. Below is a listing of properties that config.json will accept.
2. Run make to build a deployable package of haaska. This will generate a file that you’ll upload to AWS Lambda (if you’re used to docker you can try running make with docker build -t haaska . && docker run -v "$PWD":/usr/src/app haaska

Can someone tell me how to:

  1. Download the hasska: Download from windows platform or other platform???
  2. How to copy the config.json.sample to config.json: Copy and paste from windows environment and rename it???
  3. Run “make” in which environment???

I hope will receive some help from our communities
Thank you for reading
Minh Chau

What these steps are for is to build a “deployable” zip file (named that can be deployed
(i.e. downloaded and run directly) in an AWS Lambda function.

The file that you start with contains (almost) all the files needed to build the file.
The build process is run in a Python environment. You first unzip file which exposes
a directory “haaska-master”. Copy this folder to whatever system you use for Python.

then “cd haaska-master” and you’ll see a directory called “config”. You should see config.json.sample:

  "url": "http://localhost:8123/api",
  "bearer_token": "",
  "debug": false,
  "ssl_verify": true,
  "ssl_client": []

Note: that the Wiki Instructions have yet to be updated regarding “bearer_token”. This uses the new authentication scheme instead of “password” (the legacy api_password). The bearer token is a long lived access token that you generate from the HA FrontEnd/GUI user profile.
Once you have filled the config.json file, you “cd” up a level to where you see “Makefile” and simply type “make”. If this works successfully, you’ll now see a file “” in that same directory.

Thank you, Sir,
I will try to figure it out. It’s too new for me. I am only familiar with windows platform