I’m trying to get Hass io running on an old Intel NUC I happen to have. I’ve got Hass io installed and it’s working with a wired LAN connection, but I’d like to get it working on WiFi and I can’t get the instructions on the Hass io website to work. I created the USB stick but it’s either not importing the data automatically or what I put in the file isn’t correct but I can’t tell which. I’m not particularly familiar with Linux, but I’ve got some basic knowledge.
It will probably not remain as a WiFi installation long term, it’s more of a temporary thing until I figure out how to get wired Ethernet to the area I need it. I’m thinking I’ll have to do an Ethernet-over-Coax sort of thing (currently looking at DECA adapters), but it’s still up in the air.
Well, I updated my BIOS and installed the SSH/Terminal addon. It doesn’t look like there are any WiFi devices detected so presumably the right drivers aren’t installed in HassOS for my version of NUC.
My Ethernet-over-Coax adapters are showing up today so I can probably bypass the WiFi issue. But
I’m trying to decide if installing a full blown Linux would be a good idea. I had hoped I wouldn’t need to get too deep on the Linux stuff for the Home Assistant server.
Just in case anyone else is looking for this answer
Run Commands listed below on the cli or do over the webpage
Firstly install the SSH addon “Advanced SSH & Web Terminal”
Go into the configuration and make sure you set just a hardcoded password in the password field.