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Some minor changes in this release to the image in this release.
- Image is now Pi 3B+ compatible.
- Image is updated to follow the Raspbian lite image.
- hassbian-scripts has been updated to v0.8.0 and will auto-update on first install to follow the latest release of hassbian-scripts.
Testing of this image has not been as extensive as the previous images but has been running well on a Raspberry Pi 3B+ for a few hour, as of publishing this image.
All the changes in this release was in Hassbian-config. For details have a look at the release of 0.7.0
This image is currently not compatible with the rPI 3+
Further enhancement of Hassbian-config
This versions add quite a few things thanks to the help of @ludeeus once again.
- RaZberry: Bluetooth for the use of a RaZberry with Hassbian
- MariaDB: Installs MariaDB and it's dependencies for use with the recorder component in Home Assistant.
- MySQL: Installs MySQL and it's dependencies for use with the recorder component in Home Assistant.
- MS SQL: Installs the tools needed to connect to a MS SQL database and it's dependencies for use with the recorder component in Home Assistant.
- PostgreSQL: Installs PostgreSQL and it's dependencies for use with the recorder component in Home Assistant.
- AppDaemon: Installs Appdaemon and sets it up as a service.
- DuckDNS: Adds an cron job to auto update the WAN IP address for your DuckDNS subdomain.
- Webterminal: Installs
shellinaboxto access SSH terminal in an webbrowser.
- HASSbian-scripts dev: This will download and install the newest additions to the dev branch of HASSbian-Script.
- Tradfri install script is updated to work after Home Assistant version 0.55
- Mosquitto install script is updated to work with Stretch (HASSbian 1.3 and newer)
- The show function for
hassbian-configis updated to be more descriptive
In the previous release there was a minor change with the symlinks used for Open Z-Wave and OZWCP.
I updated the links but didn't test OZWCP properly and a new minor bug crept in.
This has since been fixed.
That's all for this minor release.
Development is sometimes fast and joyful but mistakes are made at times.
With the release of 1.21 a small problem with the OpenZWave build script wasn't corrected even tough it was a known bug. Problem is simple as it's only a problem with the symlink created for to the config folder for Open Z-Wave.This has since been fixed and we bring some new things since they where ready anyway.
- Install Open Z-Wave pip. Installs Python Open Z-Wave from a pip package. This is the quickest and recommended way of installing Z-Wave support but does not OZWCP pre-installed.
- Install Open Z-Wave. Installs Python Open Z-Wave and OZWCP from git.
- Install Tradfri. Installs dependencies for using IKEA Trådfri.
That's all for this small release.
It's about time isn't it?
Since I the developer of HASSbian have been moving, started a new job and so on I've had few moments over for HASSbian development.
The 1.2 release has been in pre-release for a few months now and just not communicated out that well. Hopefully this release changes that and I'll do my best to release more often. There's no simple way to update from 1.1 to 1.21 but 95% of the changes can be done by installing the hassbian-config package. For more information have a look at the hassbian-config page.
To allow you to customize your installation further, we have included a tool called
hassbian-config. This tool comes with a set of packages that can easily be installed for easier customization of your Home Assistant installation. This replaces the
hassbian-scripts functionality from 1.1.
- Install Samba. Allows anyone on your network to edit your configuration from any computer. This share is unsecured and it's usage is not recommended if you share your network with others.
- Install Libcec. Adds local [HDMI CEC support][cec].
- Install Mosquitto MQTT server. Installs the latest Mosquitto package and client tools from the Mosquitto projects offical repository. Now includes websocket support.
- Install Open Z-Wave. Installs Open Z-Wave and prepares for using a USB or GPIO ZWave controller.
- Install Hue. hue: Configures the Python executable to allow usage of low numbered ports for use with Emulated Hue component thats used with Amazon Echo, Google Home and Mycroft.ai.
- Install Tellstick. Installs the Tellstick package for controling and using a connected Tellstick.
With this image there also quite a bit of cleaning of the base system and the script that generates our Raspberry Pi image.
- Replaced the
- Update pi-gen. Our build script has been upgraded to follow the Raspbian image closer once again. Now you could build this image with Docker if your so inclined.
- Added libtool & autoconf package. Dependencies for some of the pip packages.
- Pi ZeroW should now work with the image.