I’m running my Home Assistant in my home lab. This is overkill for most people - a cheap US $35 Raspberry Pi has enough processing power to automate your house.
This tutorial is a quick HOWTO on the basics of a Raspberry Pi, and how to install Home Assistant on one.
Although this HOWTO is written for Raspberry Pi 2, it should work for the 3 too.
Comment from: Dmitry Novikov Visitor
It is very interesting that I cam use Pi to install Snakeoil. any special image required?
Comment from: Member
ARMv7 edition of Snakeoil is not ready yet. Hopefully I can find some time to implement that in the coming months.
Comment from: jucas_pt Visitor
Great article, I just add one thing…you should tell to look for the permissions of the folders where the private keys are. I’ve got some issues when i tried to connect to HTTPs and was resolve by changing the permissions of home assistant user for that folders.
Maybe because of the version of hass.io - 0.82.1