I think he is not using 64 bit because that is named hassos_rpi4-64-5.1.img.gz
Right, That’s why I asked.
So here’s the link to the 64 bit version of 5.1 https://github.com/home-assistant/operating-system/releases/download/5.1/hassos_rpi4-64-5.1.img.gz
no i wasn’t i was using the 32bit version. does it need to the be the 64bit one then? i’ll try that tongiht… and if so winner.
that is why i love this forum… it usually points out my stupidity
Agree the 64bit version is working rather stable. During the weekend I got most of my old setup up and running.
i’ll try the sd card boot trick and also the 64bit version tonight see what happens.
i;m using a crucial 128gb ssd and the 2 different adaptors i tried are
As far as I have researched and tried myself the 64 bit is currently the only one that will work. I have yet to read anyone having success with the 32 bit. I think you’ll be golden! I myself just got help from a user as to why I was having issues with radio interference. This is what the forum is about!
What do you think the future update process will be for you? Do you think you will have to do a fresh install when the SSD boot is officially supported?
Thank you . Perfect timing . I got this to work with the 64 bit version with samsung ssd and RPi-4 . The 32 Bit version didn’t work . So far everything looks great with the exception of my zha ( that is likely a unrelated issue )
Thank you. I spent too much time trying to boot from SSD. The 64bit version with WD green 120GB and Geekworm X862 board.
Were you able to get it to work? The Orico adapter is supposed to work is listed at https://jamesachambers.com/raspberry-pi-4-usb-boot-config-guide-for-ssd-flash-drives/ I tried a dark Orico case and it didn’t work. I have no idea if the UGreen adapter will work.
all sorted and working!!!
I read on an other thread in this forum of a user upgrading from 5.0 to 5.1, so I hope it will work to upgrade my current installation.
Just noticed that the 32 and 64 bit version is now in 5.2. Anyone tried it?
Edit: 64 bit version online and I’m now running it on a 8gb USB2 stick. Stable for 20 minutes and counting…
Are you running any zigbee devices on your system? I can’t see to pair any, using conbee2, tried zigbee2mqtt & deconz phoscon both.
Used the 5.4 64bit img
I did not used zigbee at the moment, but usb should work… unsure…
Managed to get my conbee2 to work. Surprisingly easy and frustrating, connected it to a USB hub then to the Rpi. SSD boots fine from USB3 port.
which manual have you used?
Have you installed Hassio Superviced in this way/
Thanks a lot!
Does anyone have any install instruction on how to install HASSIO onto an SSD on a RPi4 please?
Cheers - Works a treat!