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= Once it started you will need to create a user account =
 
= Once it started you will need to create a user account =
 
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Please enter the following details <br />
 
Please enter the following details <br />
  
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you are now all set up the next screen will be the home assistant page for more help please look at google or youtube for home assistant beginners guides
 
you are now all set up the next screen will be the home assistant page for more help please look at google or youtube for home assistant beginners guides
  
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[[File:Update.jpg|200px|thumb|left|update button]]<br />
  
 
= Updater =
 
= Updater =
  
 
Updater is an app that on the menu option on home Assistant that will update to the new version of Home Assistant, there is an option to Downgrade by type the version you would like to install by clicking downgrade
 
Updater is an app that on the menu option on home Assistant that will update to the new version of Home Assistant, there is an option to Downgrade by type the version you would like to install by clicking downgrade
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this updater app is created for home Assistant by Sanjit Chakrabarti working on GSoC 2019
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[[File:Update.jpg]]
 
 
 
this updater app is created for home Assistant by Sanjit Chakrabarti working on GSoC 2019
 
  
 
= START/STOP/RESTART HOME ASSISTANT =
 
= START/STOP/RESTART HOME ASSISTANT =
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<br /> used this stop home Assistant service<br />
 
<br /> used this stop home Assistant service<br />
 
<pre><nowiki>sudo systemctl stop homeassistant.service</nowiki></pre>
 
<pre><nowiki>sudo systemctl stop homeassistant.service</nowiki></pre>
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<br /> used this restart home Assistant service<br />
 
<br /> used this restart home Assistant service<br />
 
<pre><nowiki>sudo systemctl restart  homeassistant.service</nowiki></pre>
 
<pre><nowiki>sudo systemctl restart  homeassistant.service</nowiki></pre>
<br/>used this for the current state home Assistant service<br />
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<br/>used this for the current state home Assistant service</nowiki></pre>
  
 
<pre><nowiki>sudo systemctl status homeassistant.service</nowiki></pre>  
 
<pre><nowiki>sudo systemctl status homeassistant.service</nowiki></pre>  
  
 
or you can look at Amahi home server page then setting then server look for Home Assistant Server you can stop or restart on this page if needed <br />
 
or you can look at Amahi home server page then setting then server look for Home Assistant Server you can stop or restart on this page if needed <br />
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= troubleshooting =
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if you are unable to edit any files in the Homeassistant share
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Change file rights by running the command
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<pre><nowiki>sudo chmod 777 /var/hda/files/homeassistant/*.*  </nowiki></pre>

Revision as of 20:40, 13 September 2019

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Welcome to the world of Home Assistant is open source software for creating a smart home,

Warning!
After Home Assistant as been installed, it can take a while to start please be patient it will start.


Once it started you will need to create a user account


Please enter the following details

Name:
User:
Password:

then click create account

the next screen is to set up your Home

you can Click Detect then click next


the next screen is for Devices and Services click the three-dot for a list of devices, but you can add later if needed so click finish

you are now all set up the next screen will be the home assistant page for more help please look at google or youtube for home assistant beginners guides

update button

Updater

Updater is an app that on the menu option on home Assistant that will update to the new version of Home Assistant, there is an option to Downgrade by type the version you would like to install by clicking downgrade this updater app is created for home Assistant by Sanjit Chakrabarti working on GSoC 2019



START/STOP/RESTART HOME ASSISTANT


used this stop home Assistant service

sudo systemctl stop homeassistant.service


used this start home Assistant service

sudo systemctl start homeassistant.service


used this restart home Assistant service

sudo systemctl restart  homeassistant.service


used this for the current state home Assistant service</nowiki></pre>

sudo systemctl status homeassistant.service

or you can look at Amahi home server page then setting then server look for Home Assistant Server you can stop or restart on this page if needed


troubleshooting

if you are unable to edit any files in the Homeassistant share

Change file rights by running the command

sudo chmod 777 /var/hda/files/homeassistant/*.*