|⚠️ This repository has been archived and will no longer be maintained. Thanks for all the stars, help and brainstorms!|
|In the meantime, you can always take a look at my other HA config repository and give it a ⭐ if you like.|
You will probably think, what is Home Assistant!? Well Home Assistant is a open source home automation platform that puts local control and privacy first. Powered by a worldwide community of tinkerers and DIY enthusiasts. Perfect to run on a Raspberry Pi or a local server.
To inspire others I have set up this github and update it regularly with new code. Be free to use code from this repo for your own Home Assistant environment, keep in mind that you can not always copy everything line by line. If you can not get out, you can always contact me.
This is by the way not my first Home Assistant configuration that you can find on Github. Since this year I have a second Home Assistant installation, you can read all about it on the website www.student-techlife.com and you can find the configuration/repository here on Github.
|This shows whether the configuration in this repo is valid||This shows how up to date this repo is|
|I now use the issues as a TODO list||This is the version that I am currently running with Home Assistant|
|I use Uptime Robot to monitor my instance from outside in case of crashes||Shows how active I am with this repo annually|
|Please ⭐️ this repo if you find it useful, like these people have||If this config was very helpfull, you could buy a fanta 🍹 for me 😄|
Recently I switched from a raspberry pi 3B+ to an Intel NUC. I noticed that the Pi for my house was no longer powerful enough to run all processes. That is why I invested in an Intel NUC at Christmas 2018, which is now smoothly running after a long transition in the 2018-2019 Christmas holiday. I also switched from hassbian to Home Assistant - Supervised in docker.
Below my server setup on which I run Home Assistant:
Curious about what kind of hardware I have in my Home Assistant system? I have a list: Check it out (Last update: 30 April 2020).
I have built my own dashboard in grafana for my gas and energy consumption, which I can call through an iframe panel in Home Assistant. If you want to know more about this, take a look here.
Every Sunday at 3:00 am an automation makes a snapshot of my installation. In the past it happened that the sd card of my Pi became corrupt and I lost everything. That's why this backup is also made locally on my Synology NAS automatically and this is fully automated. (Inspired by: @adonno)
Nothing is better than being able to control your own smart home from your phone or tablet.
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