The Raspberry Pi compatible Docker images with Home Assistant in this repository are built and pushed automatically from a Raspberry Pi 2. New versions should be available for
pull within an hour following the release of the Python package by the Home Assistant team.
For more information please visit https://github.com/lroguet/rpi-home-assistant
Z-Wave: since version 0.47.0 of lroguet/rpi-home-assistant Z-Wave devices can be managed using the Home Assistant Z-Wave integration (now a standard component). See https://home-assistant.io/components/zwave/
@currucuxu You can do that yourself. Like this for example:
from lroguet/rpi-home-assistant:0.42.3 ENV DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive RUN apt-get update && \ apt-get install curl && \ apt-get clean && \ rm -rf /var/lib/apt/lists/* /tmp/* /var/tmp/*
Hi! Very good work. Only one detail, "curl" is not included by default in your container. Could you include it?
Thanks in advance!!!
@kbray - You're welcome. But really you should thank my Raspberry Pi, I'm not doing much myself at the moment ;-)
Ludovic, thanks for keeping this image updated. I've been using this for some months now and the updates are always available within a few hours of the official release. Great job :)
I'd be interested in a zwave version too
thank you for the docker image, i would be glad to also try out a z-wave enabled image of home-assistant that runs on my rpi since I'm using the razberry module. I've read on your website that your are considering to build such a docker image.