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Home Assistant documentation updates

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aderusha committed Dec 5, 2018
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## Hass.io
If you're running [Hass.io](https://www.home-assistant.io/hassio/), you'll need to install and configure the [`Mosquitto broker`](https://www.home-assistant.io/addons/mosquitto/) and [`SSH server`](https://www.home-assistant.io/addons/ssh/) add-ons from the default repository. Be sure to follow the configuration instructions provided for both add-ons. Once those are installed, configured, and started, you can ssh to your hass.io installation and execute the following commands:
```bash
cd /config
apk add tar wget
bash <(wget -qO- -o /dev/null https://raw.githubusercontent.com/aderusha/HASwitchPlate/master/Home_Assistant/deployhasp.sh)
```
You will be prompted for a device name and the script will do the rest. Once it completes, restart your Home Assistant service to apply changes (`Configuration` > `General` > `Server Management` > `RESTART`) and then continue to the [First time setup](#first-time-setup) section below to initialize your environment.
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## Manual Home Assistant installation
### `configuration.yaml` changes
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## Hass.io
If you're running [Hass.io](https://www.home-assistant.io/hassio/), you'll need to install and configure the [`Mosquitto broker`](https://www.home-assistant.io/addons/mosquitto/) and [`SSH server`](https://www.home-assistant.io/addons/ssh/) add-ons from the default repository. Be sure to follow the configuration instructions provided for both add-ons. Once those are installed, configured, and started, you can ssh to your hass.io installation and execute the following commands:
```bash
cd /config
apk add tar wget
bash <(wget -qO- -o /dev/null https://raw.githubusercontent.com/aderusha/HASwitchPlate/master/Home_Assistant/deployhasp.sh)
```
Once that process completes you can restart the Home Assistant server to apply all changes (`Configuration` > `General` > `Server Management` > `RESTART`).
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## First time setup
Upon startup the default HMI display file contains empty buttons with no text. Launch the Home Assistant web UI and look for a new tab with your chosen device name. Select that tab and look for the automation titled `hasp_<your_device_name>_00_FirstTimeSetup`. Select that automation and click "TRIGGER" to apply the basic configuration to your new device.
![Home_Assistant_FirstTimeSetup](https://github.com/aderusha/HASwitchPlate/blob/master/Documentation/Images/Home_Assistant_FirstTimeSetup.png?raw=true)
![Home_Assistant_FirstTimeSetup](https://github.com/aderusha/HASwitchPlate/blob/master/Documentation/Images/Home_Assistant_FirstTimeSetup.png?raw=true)

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