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I did this on a V158 image and it worked great.sytone wrote:I just updated to 160 and installing docker, going to play with Hass.IO on it and see if it is work adding this as a install option.
https://community.home-assistant.io/t/d ... s-io/40622
Thanks Sparky, the script works like a charm. I'm on an rpi0w/dietpi running mosquitto, samba and home assistant. Since 6.2 all of those work flawless. Before i had problems with mosquitto, but that has since been resolved due to a new binary for arm6l.
Sparky wrote:Using systemctl with HomeAssistant that was installed with the DietPi menu system requires referencing the service as:
systemctl stop home-assistant.service
will not work. This works:
systemctl stop home-assistant
Same story for systemctl start, restart & status.
I modified your code below with fixes, I can't currently test it since I'm running hass.io. When mosquitto, samba and home assistant installs are fixed for rpi0w, I will go back to dietpi.
sytone wrote:Here you go, there will be a homeassistant-update.sh in that directoy at some point, have not had time to get to it. Put this in a updatehs.sh file and run it.
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#!/bin/bash HA_USER="homeassistant" HA_USERROOT="/home/$HA_USER" HA_SRVROOT="/srv/homeassistant" HA_PYENV_ACTIVATION="export PATH=\"$HA_USERROOT/.pyenv/bin:\$PATH\"; export PYENV_VIRTUALENV_DISABLE_PROMPT=1; eval \"\$(pyenv init -)\"; eval \"\$(pyenv virtualenv-init -)\"" HA_PYTHON_VERSION="3.6.3" echo "Stopping HA..." systemctl stop home-assistant echo "Updating HA" su --shell /bin/bash --command "cd $HA_SRVROOT; $HA_PYENV_ACTIVATION; pyenv activate homeassistant-$HA_PYTHON_VERSION; pip3 install --upgrade homeassistant" $HA_USER echo "Starting HA..." systemctl start home-assistant echo "Checking to see if up (Localhost must be in http trusted_networks)" start=$(date '+%s') until curl --silent --show-error --connect-timeout 1 -X GET -H "Content-Type: application/json" -k https://127.0.0.1:8123/api/ | grep -q 'API running'; do date '+[%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S] --- Home Assistant is starting, please wait...' systemctl status home-assistant sleep 10 done dur=$(($(date '+%s') - start)) echo -e "\e[00;32mHome Assistant is ready! ($dur second delay)\e[00m"