Skip to content
No description, website, or topics provided.
Shell
Branch: master
Clone or download
whiskerz007 Fixed #15, added error handling, refactored (#17)
* Update install.sh
* Update README.md
Latest commit 04f2ce1 Mar 14, 2019
Permalink
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
LICENSE Initial commit Feb 18, 2019
README.md Fixed #15, added error handling, refactored (#17) Mar 15, 2019
install.sh Fixed #15, added error handling, refactored (#17) Mar 15, 2019

README.md

New Proxmox VM with HassOS

This script will create a new Proxmox VM with the latest version of HassOS. To create a new VM in the local-lvm storage, run the following in a SSH session or the console from Proxmox interface

wget -qO - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/whiskerz007/proxmox_hassos_install/master/install.sh | bash -s local-lvm

After script completes, click on the new VM (the script will tell you the ID), click on the Hardware tab for the VM and change the Memory and Processors settings to what you desire. The Hard Disk can be expanded by clicking on it, then click on the Resize disk button above (Note: additional steps must be taken for storage to take effect in the VM after the first boot). The network MAC address can be changed by selecting Network Device and clicking Edit above. Once all changes have been made, click Start above.

Specify Storage ID

To specify the storage ID the new VM will be placed, replace local-lvm in the oneline command with desired storage ID.

Root Prompt

To get to the root prompt

  • Open the console after the VM has been started
  • When the messages slow down press the Enter key a couple of times until you see the following

Welcome to HassOS
hassio login:
  • Login using root, no password is requested
  • When you see the hassio > prompt, type login
  • You should now see a # prompt.

Show Current IP Address

To get the current IP address assigned to the VM

  • At the root prompt type nmcli -g ip4.address d sh $(nmcli -g device c)
  • The response will be the IP address with subnet mask or nothing

Note: If DHCP is configured and nothing is shown, check DHCP server and VM network settings

Configure Network for Static IP Address

To set a static IP address, use the following as an example

  • At the root prompt type nmcli c mod $(nmcli -g uuid c) ipv4.method manual ipv4.addresses "192.168.20.170/24" ipv4.gateway "192.168.20.1" ipv4.dns "8.8.8.8,8.8.4.4"
  • At the root prompt type nmcli c up $(nmcli -g uuid c)

Configure Network for DHCP

To remove all static IP addresses and enable DHCP

  • At the root prompt type nmcli c mod $(nmcli -g uuid c) ipv4.method auto ipv4.addresses "" ipv4.gateway "" ipv4.dns ""
  • At the root prompt type nmcli c up $(nmcli -g uuid c)

Default Interface Name

To get the default interface name

  • At the root prompt type nmcli -g device c
  • The response with be the interface name

Change Hostname

To change the HassOS VM hostname

  • At the root prompt type hostnamectl set-hostname your-new-hostname
  • You can verify the change by logging out with exit, the last line printed will be your-new-hostname login:

Resize Disk

To resize the disk after the first boot

  • At the root prompt type df -h /dev/sda8 and note the Size
  • Shutdown the VM
  • Resize the disk to the desired size
  • At the root prompt type sgdisk -e /dev/sda
  • At the root prompt type reboot
  • Verify resize was successful by typing df -h /dev/sda8 at the root prompt
You can’t perform that action at this time.