Hass.io turns your Raspberry Pi (or another device) into the ultimate home automation hub powered by Home Assistant. With Hass.io you can focus on integrating your devices and writing automations.
The advantages of using Hass.io:
- Free and open source
- Optimized for embedded devices like Raspberry Pi
- 100% local home automation
- Easy installation and updates (powered by ResinOS and Docker)
- Management user interface integrated into Home Assistant
- Easily create and restore full backups of your whole configuration.
- Easily install many popular add-ons including Google Assistant, encryption via Let’s Encrypt and dynamic DNS via Duck DNS.
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- Active community that is helpful and sharing add-ons including AppDaemon, Homebridge and InfluxDB.
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Hass.io users can update Home Assistant via the ‘Hass.io’ page in the UI. However please note that Home Assistant updates take time to roll into the Hass.io builds. Therefore there is often a slight delay between the availability of a Home Assistant update and an update being available in Hass.io, be patient. When a Hass.io update is available, it will be shown as available on the ‘Hass.io’ page in your UI.
Hass.io dashboard with upgrade notification (under the hamburger menu -> Hass.io)
Hass.io upgrade process from the SSH command line
On the SSH command line you can use the
hassio command to retrieve logs, check the details of connected hardware, and more.
$ hassio homeassistant logs $ hassio homeassistant restart $ hassio homeassistant stop $ hassio homeassistant start $ hassio homeassistant update $ hassio homeassistant check
$ hassio host hardware $ hassio host reboot $ hassio host shutdown $ hassio host update
$ hassio supervisor logs $ hassio supervisor info $ hassio supervisor reload $ hassio supervisor update