Home assistant supervised install

this isn’t much of a tutorial as much of quick links for people so they can copy and paste everything. just make sure to download the correct os agent and then use its correct filename to install it. which is on “assets” on this link Releases · home-assistant/os-agent · GitHub. (for x86 this would be wget https://github.com/home-assistant/os-agent/releases/download/1.5.1/os-agent_1.5.1_linux_x86_64.deb and dpkg -i os-agent_1.5.1_linux_x86_64.deb)

step one. GitHub - home-assistant/supervised-installer: Installer for a generic Linux system

os agent: GitHub - home-assistant/os-agent: Daemon allowing to control OS features through D-Bus
thanks! :slight_smile: any questions about the install or if you need further help just post. :stuck_out_tongue:

EDIT: here is a post on the home assistant website that describes everything a little better and has all directions and text in copy/paste pans. :slight_smile: Installing Home Assistant Supervised on a Raspberry Pi with Debian 11 - Community Guides - Home Assistant Community

1 Like

Just wanted to say, I was successful installing a supervised Home Assistant on Dietpi 8.20 (Debian Bookworm) on RPi 3B+ 64 bit, following the official guide:

The only things I had to tweak were inside /boot/cmdline.txt:

I’m very happy to have a supervised installation finally, since I’ve been running on HA core from dietpi-software for several years and been missing the addon store. Maybe it’s worth to bring HA-supervised to dietpi-software?
Side note: I first tried the Home Assistant OS on the same machine, but it was laggy and unstable. Now with dietpi and supervised HA on top, everything works smoothly.

nope, HA-supervised has some conflicting software components like Network Manager where we use ifupdown.