R. I. P Hassbian

R. I. P Hassbian

It is time for what was once the easiest way to install Home Assistant in retirement.

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R. I. P Hassbian

Some of you are probably wondering why Hassbian is set and I’m going to try a proper motivation.
First of all, the age-old factor of time. I have not been as the lead developer of Hassbian able to give him the time and attention it requires, and there are only a few others, were the project continued. The only exception to this is @ludeeus, most of the heavy lifting is, if the image has been retooled, with a correct apt package and repository.
Second is that it is the best option for most to use as an installation method. Hatred.io Hassbian has excelled in almost all the possibilities I can think of.

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The next step for Hassbian

Since Hassbian has been around for quite a while, there are quite a few users who do not want to go Hassbian way. To make this as simple as possible for users, here’s the plan.

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  • The repositories pi gene and hassbian-scripts hosting the Hassbian projects, the moved files to a new organization.
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  • last release is from me in mid-Q4 2019. This image is hosted gene under the pi-repository.
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  • in The pi-gen-repository, is revised to work with a standard raspbian image with minor changes for all want your own “Hassbian like” image. This was always possible, but the current repository is a bit out-of-date with the current layout of the Raspbian image.
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  • The hassbian-scripts package a final Version and will continue to be hosted on Gitlab. Some minor changes are made, the changes to the project.

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The next step for Hassbian user

The Hassbian image has always added the same as a tutorial on Raspbian Lite install some packages.
It is not really any big changes for all users of Hassbian and for the documentation, please refer to the Manual installation on a Raspberry PI-method.

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Alternatives

If you want to continue with something similar, have a look at the manual installation on a Raspberry Pi, since it was created on the Basis of Hassbian from.
For all others, I would whole-heartedly hate recommend.io, because it’s what I use personally, so far (what I hoped Hassbian had, but could have been better).

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Last but not least

Last, but not least, many thanks to all those who helped in any way, the Hassbian project and image.

Released on Sat, 26 Oct 2019 06:00:00 +0000

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