There are many ways to get Home Assistant running on Raspberry Pi. This tutorial will only focus on Hassbian. Leave a comment if you want me to write HOWTOs for these or other solutions. If there is enough interest, I’d see what can be done. The other solutions are:
They even have a video showing how easy it is to install Hassbian.
This tutorial is based on the Hassbian Installation page from Home Assistant’s documentation. Go to the next start to begin preparation.
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