Setup failed for tado


#21

no. only lines 115 and 140.


#22

Didn’t work for me changing only lines 115 and 140. No way… Home Assistant 0.89.2


#23

Me too, didn’t work Hassio on Ubuntu Server :frowning:


#24

@diplix I’m currently using Hass.io… but I’m not that expert I figure how to access with docker ps command but then I don’t know how to go on
is there anyone that can provide a step to step tutorial?
TIA guys


#25

Getting access to the docker filesystem doesn’t help much - the directory structure that I see when I access the docker filesystem is the same as that seen in the configurator. There is no pyTado folder in site-packages and I cannot find it anywhere else…


#27

same problem here


#28

Same issue here. Running hassio. Hoping for a fix in the next release of ha.


#29

Try here if you have it on python virtual env.


#30

Check this post:


#31

could someone post the way to change those lines in HASSIO? Above links are all incorrect to find py tado component. Thanx!


#32

As stated - if I SSH into my HASSIO docker container, the suggested folders (PyTado) do not exist. I have never completely understood the differences between HASSIO and home assistant, but the structure appears different…


#33

How to find those files if running hassbian on rpi3?


#34

Which is the path to PyTado/interface.py running HA with hassbian on a rpi3?


#35

OK - found it in my HASSIO docker and fixed it. Steps:

First, find your HASSIO docker id:

docker ps

Then locate the interface.py file:

docker exec b71fdab9b620 find / -name "interface.py"

For me, it was in “/usr/local/lib/python3.7/site-packages/PyTado/interface.py”.

Copy it locally:

docker cp b71fdab9b620:/usr/local/lib/python3.7/site-packages/PyTado/interface.py /media/interface.py

Edit this file as above (using nano or another editor) - change “my.tado.com” to “auth.tado.com” on lines 115 and 140.

Copy the file back to docker:

docker cp /media/interface.py b71fdab9b620:/usr/local/lib/python3.7/site-packages/PyTado/interface.py

Restart your docker container:

docker restart b71fdab9b620

Should be up and running again.


#36

Hi, where are you typing in docker ps, when i try that in a ssh shell i get a command not known error?


#37

You need to SSH into the host on which you are running docker. If the command is not found, you can’t be running docker on that host?


#38

It still does not work :frowning:


#39

Did the find command find your interface.py file?


#40

yes, find in f73ed9dce14e:/config/deps/Python36/site-packages/PyTado/interface.py


#41

Then you need to use:

docker cp f73ed9dce14e:/config/deps/Python36/site-packages/PyTado/interface.py /media/interface.py

And then make sure you copy the edited file back to the same location.