OS Options For My Docker Setup on Raspberry PIs

As you know from previous posts, I setup hass.io on a new RPI 4 recently. Well that’s been working great for months, more than 6 months actually. However a few days ago the system stopped booting correctly, and I don’t have a micro HDMI cable to check the console, bummer. This lead me down a path that I’ve had floating around in my mind for a while. I want to move my Hass. [Read More]

Restore Hass.io From Snapshot on a Raspberry Pi 4

I recently setup hass.io (home assistant OS) on a new RPI 4 that I bought. I originally set it up with a 16G SD card, but later upgraded to a 64G SD card for more space. Searching online I couldn’t find a very good guide on how to restore from a hass.io snapshot. Here is a brief way it can be done using the ssh plugin: Install the ssh plugin. [Read More]

Install Tasmota OTA on BN-LINK BNC-60

Flash Tasmota So it seems there are a few ways to flash Tasmota onto devices. An over-the-air way is via a tool called tuya-convert which is what I used. You can use any linux device that has a spare WIFI adapter to run the software. I have a few Raspberry Pi Zero W’s sitting around that work great. At first I tried to put the RPI into “gadget mode” using this guide. [Read More]