My Config-Files for my Home-Assistant - https://www.home-assistant.io
You can not select more than 25 topics Topics must start with a letter or number, can include dashes ('-') and can be up to 35 characters long.
kreisklasse cfe578a4b1 07-12-2019-a 1 day ago
lovelace 07-12-2019-a 1 day ago
LICENSE Initial commit 9 months ago
README.md 07-12-2019-a 1 day ago
automation.yaml 07-12-2019-a 1 day ago
binarysensor.yaml 09-03-2019 #1 9 months ago
configuration.yaml 07-12-2019-a 1 day ago
person.yaml 10-11-2019-a 4 weeks ago
proximity.yaml 10-11-2019-b 4 weeks ago
scenes.yaml 07-12-2019-a 1 day ago
sensor.yaml 28-11-2019-a 1 week ago
switch.yaml 25-09-2019-a 2 months ago
ui-lovelace.yaml 02-11-2019-a 1 month ago
zone.yaml 10-11-2019-a 4 weeks ago
zzz<notizblock.md 02-10-2019-b 2 months ago

README.md

Home-Assistant.io

My Home Assistant configuration files are running on my Hass.io installation on an Odroid C2 RaspberryPi 3.

Where I started

Devices

  • Odroid C2 with 8GB eMMC-Modul
  • RaspberryPi 3
  • AVM Fritz!Box 7490
  • AVM Fritz!DECT 200 Wall Plugs
  • Google Chromecast Audio
  • Google Chromecast
  • ConBee 2 USB stick (Zigbee)
  • Osram Smart+ Plugs (via ConBee2)
  • Philips Hue Bridge (v1)
  • Philips Hue Colour Bulbs (v1) (only 1 still working, 2 died after nearly 2,5 years)(via ConBee2)
  • IKEA TRÅDFRI Bridge
  • IKEA TRÅDFRI White & Color Bulbs (via ConBee2)
  • IKEA TRÅDFRI Plugs (via ConBee2)
  • IKEA TRÅDFRI Motion Sensors (via ConBee2)
  • Sonos Loudspeaker
  • Z-Wave USB.ME Stick - (presently disabled, interfers with ConBee2 Zigbee )
  • Z-Wave Fibaro FGMS001 Motion Sensor
  • Z-Wave Fibaro FGWPEF Wall Plugs
  • Zyxel 24-port Switch

Home-Assistant Components in use/used

Hass.io Add-Ons in use

Lovelace PlugIns - insatlled via HACS

Hass.io Add-Ons that did not work on my Odroid C2

Nice to know

Restoring a snapshot on a fresh install of Hassio requires that you upload the snapshot to Hassio in the first place. There is no way to upload snapshots from the UI at this time so the first thing to do is install and configure an addon of your preference. Samba, Configurator, or IDE are all good choices for this.

After uploading to the backup directory, visit the snapshot page in the UI and reload the page using the icon in the upper right of the page to make the uploaded files visible. From there you can select your snapshot, choose a full or partial install and choose restore.

Note: Before restoring third-party addons, add their repositories to the addon store page first! These are any addons which are not in the official repo or the community addon repo. Nothing bad will happen, but those addons won’t get restored. You can always add the repos and then go back and do a partial restore of the missing addons.