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✏️ Re-branding and updating for latest supervisor (#1047)

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frenck committed Feb 5, 2020
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@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ Voice assistant powered by Home Assistant.

Follow these steps to get the add-on installed on your system:

1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Hass.io** -> **Add-on Store**.
1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Supervisor** -> **Add-on Store**.
2. Find the "Hey Ada!" add-on and click it.
3. Click on the "INSTALL" button.

@@ -26,11 +26,9 @@ The basic thing to get the add-on running would be:

Example add-on configuration:

```json
{
"stt": "cloud",
"tts": "cloud"
}
```yaml
stt: cloud
tts: cloud
```

### Option: `stt` (required)
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ Almond For Home Servers.

Follow these steps to get the add-on installed on your system:

1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Hass.io** -> **Add-on Store**.
1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Supervisor** -> **Add-on Store**.
2. Find the "Almond" add-on and click it.
3. Click on the "INSTALL" button.

@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ the CEC address of your devices.

Follow these steps to get the add-on installed on your system:

1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Hass.io** -> **Add-on Store**.
1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Supervisor** -> **Add-on Store**.
2. Find the "CEC Scanner" add-on and click it.
3. Click on the "INSTALL" button.

@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ resulting in a smooth update.

Follow these steps to get the add-on installed on your system:

1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Hass.io** -> **Add-on Store**.
1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Supervisor** -> **Add-on Store**.
2. Find the "Check Home Assistant configuration" add-on and click it.
3. Click on the "INSTALL" button.

@@ -37,10 +37,8 @@ Home Assistant version.

Add-on configuration:

```json
{
"version": "latest"
}
```yaml
version: latest
```

### Option: `version` (required)
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ configuration files) will be automatically checked for syntax errors while editi

Follow these steps to get the add-on installed on your system:

1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Hass.io** -> **Add-on Store**.
1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Supervisor** -> **Add-on Store**.
2. Find the "Configurator" add-on and click it.
3. Click on the "INSTALL" button.

@@ -51,15 +51,12 @@ In general, this add-on requires no configuration from your end.

Add-on configuration:

```json
{
"dirsfirst": false,
"enforce_basepath": false,
"ignore_pattern": [
"__pycache__"
],
"ssh_keys": []
}
```yaml
dirsfirst: false
enforce_basepath: false
ignore_pattern:
- __pycache__
ssh_keys: []
```

### Option: `dirsfirst` (required)
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ Control a Zigbee network using ConBee or RaspBee hardware by Dresden Elektronik.

Follow these steps to get the add-on installed on your system:

1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Hass.io** -> **Add-on Store**.
1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Supervisor** -> **Add-on Store**.
2. Find the "deCONZ" add-on and click it.
3. Click on the "INSTALL" button.

@@ -140,22 +140,19 @@ These options require a number that represents the log level.

Example add-on config with `dbg_aps` enabled on log level 1:

```json
{
"device": "/dev/ttyUSB0",
"vnc_password": "",
"dbg_aps": 1
}
```yaml
device: /dev/ttyUSB0
vnc_password: ""
dbg_aps: 1
```

## Configuration

Add-on configuration:

```json
{
"device": "/dev/ttyAMA0"
}
```yaml
device: /dev/ttyAMA0
```

### Option: `device` (required)
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ to ensure they always get assigned the same IP address.

Follow these steps to get the add-on installed on your system:

1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Hass.io** -> **Add-on Store**.
1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Supervisor** -> **Add-on Store**.
2. Find the "DHCP server" add-on and click it.
3. Click on the "INSTALL" button.

@@ -31,31 +31,25 @@ describes each of the add-on configuration options.

Example add-on configuration:

```json
{
"domain": "mynetwork.local",
"dns": ["8.8.8.8", "8.8.4.4"],
"default_lease": 86400,
"max_lease": 172800,
"networks": [
{
"subnet": "192.168.1.0",
"netmask": "255.255.255.0",
"range_start": "192.168.1.100",
"range_end": "192.168.1.200",
"broadcast": "192.168.1.255",
"gateway": "192.168.1.1",
"interface": "eth0"
}
],
"hosts": [
{
"name": "webcam_xy",
"mac": "aa:bb:ee:cc",
"ip": "192.168.1.40"
}
]
}
```yaml
domain: mynetwork.local
dns:
- 8.8.8.8
- 8.8.4.4
default_lease: 86400
max_lease: 172800
networks:
- subnet: 192.168.1.0
netmask: 255.255.255.0
range_start: 192.168.1.100
range_end: 192.168.1.200
broadcast: 192.168.1.255
gateway: 192.168.1.1
interface: eth0
hosts:
- name: webcam_xy
mac: aa:bb:ee:cc
ip: 192.168.1.40
```

### Option: `domain` (required)
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ an internal address inside your network.

Follow these steps to get the add-on installed on your system:

1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Hass.io** -> **Add-on Store**.
1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Supervisor** -> **Add-on Store**.
2. Find the "Dnsmasq" add-on and click it.
3. Click on the "INSTALL" button.

@@ -32,16 +32,16 @@ describes each of the add-on configuration options.

Example add-on configuration:

```json
{
"defaults": ["8.8.8.8", "8.8.4.4"],
"forwards": [
{"domain": "mystuff.local", "server": "192.168.1.40"}
],
"hosts": [
{"host": "home.mydomain.io", "ip": "192.168.1.10"}
]
}
```yaml
defaults:
- 8.8.8.8
- 8.8.4.4
forwards:
- domain: mystuff.local
server: 192.168.1.40
hosts:
- host: home.mydomain.io
ip: 192.168.1.10
```

### Option: `defaults` (required)
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ Automatically update your Duck DNS IP address with integrated HTTPS support via

Follow these steps to get the add-on installed on your system:

1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Hass.io** -> **Add-on Store**.
1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Supervisor** -> **Add-on Store**.
2. Find the "DuckDNS" add-on and click it.
3. Click on the "INSTALL" button.

@@ -29,17 +29,15 @@ Follow these steps to get the add-on installed on your system:

Add-on configuration:

```json
{
"lets_encrypt": {
"accept_terms": true,
"certfile": "fullchain.pem",
"keyfile": "privkey.pem"
},
"token": "sdfj-2131023-dslfjsd-12321",
"domains": ["my-domain.duckdns.org"],
"seconds": 300
}
```yaml
lets_encrypt:
accept_terms: true
certfile: fullchain.pem
keyfile: privkey.pem
token: sdfj-2131023-dslfjsd-12321
domains:
- my-domain.duckdns.org
seconds: 300
```

### Option group `lets_encrypt`
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ repository.

Follow these steps to get the add-on installed on your system:

1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Hass.io** -> **Add-on Store**.
1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Supervisor** -> **Add-on Store**.
2. Find the "Git pull" add-on and click it.
3. Click on the "INSTALL" button.

@@ -40,36 +40,31 @@ to `true` and turning on "Start on boot."

Add-on configuration:

```json
{
"git_branch": "master",
"git_command": "pull",
"git_remote": "origin",
"git_prune": "false",
"repository": "https://example.com/my_configs.git",
"auto_restart": false,
"restart_ignore": [
"ui-lovelace.yaml",
".gitignore",
"exampledirectory/"
],
"repeat": {
"active": false,
"interval": 300
},
"deployment_user": "",
"deployment_password": "",
"deployment_key": [
"-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----",
"MIIEowIBAAKCAQEAv3hUrCvqGZKpXQ5ofxTOuH6pYSOZDsCqPqmaGBdUzBFgauQM",
"xDEcoODGHIsWd7t9meAFqUtKXndeiKjfP0MMKsttnDohL1kb9mRvHre4VUqMsT5F",
"...",
"i3RUtnIHxGi1NqknIY56Hwa3id2yk7cEzvQGAAko/t6PCbe20AfmSQczs7wDNtBD",
"HgXRyIqIXHYk2+5w+N2eunURIBqCI9uWYK/r81TMR6V84R+XhtvM",
"-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----"
],
"deployment_key_protocol": "rsa"
}
```yaml
git_branch: master
git_command: pull
git_remote: origin
git_prune: 'false'
repository: https://example.com/my_configs.git
auto_restart: false
restart_ignore:
- ui-lovelace.yaml
- ".gitignore"
- exampledirectory/
repeat:
active: false
interval: 300
deployment_user: ''
deployment_password: ''
deployment_key:
- "-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----"
- MIIEowIBAAKCAQEAv3hUrCvqGZKpXQ5ofxTOuH6pYSOZDsCqPqmaGBdUzBFgauQM
- xDEcoODGHIsWd7t9meAFqUtKXndeiKjfP0MMKsttnDohL1kb9mRvHre4VUqMsT5F
- "..."
- i3RUtnIHxGi1NqknIY56Hwa3id2yk7cEzvQGAAko/t6PCbe20AfmSQczs7wDNtBD
- HgXRyIqIXHYk2+5w+N2eunURIBqCI9uWYK/r81TMR6V84R+XhtvM
- "-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----"
deployment_key_protocol: rsa
```

### Option: `git_remote` (required)
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ If you want to integrate your Google Home or mobile phone running Google Assista

Follow these steps to get the add-on installed on your system:

1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Hass.io** -> **Add-on Store**.
1. Navigate in your Home Assistant frontend to **Supervisor** -> **Add-on Store**.
2. Find the "Google Assistant SDK" add-on and click it.
3. Click on the "INSTALL" button.

@@ -49,12 +49,10 @@ The next step is to authenticate your Google account with Google Assistant. Star

Add-on configuration:

```json
{
"client_secrets": "google_assistant.json",
"project_id": "project_id_from_google",
"model_id": "model_id_from_google"
}
```yaml
client_secrets: google_assistant.json
project_id: project_id_from_google
model_id: model_id_from_google
```

### Option: `clients_secrets` (required)

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