Freenas is a free and open-source network-attached storage (NAS) software based on FreeBSD and the OpenZFS file system. It is licensed under the terms of the BSD License and runs on commodity x86-64 hardware.
This has been tested on the FreeNAS 9.10. These instructions assume you already have a running and accessible jail. For more information on creating a jail follow the official FreeNAS 9.10.x documentation HERE. Once you have the jail follow the steps below.
Install the necessary Python Packages.
# pkg update # pkg upgrade # pkg install python35 # pkg install py35-sqlite3 # python3.5 -m ensurepip
Install Home Assistant itself.
# pip3 install homeassistant
/etc/rc.local file to enable Home Assistant to start when the jail starts. The command in
/etc/rc.local can also be run in a terminal session but Home Assistant will exit when that session is closed.
# cd / && mkdir /home && /home/.homeassistant/
# /usr/local/bin/hass --open-ui --config /home/.homeassistant/ &
/etc/rc.local executable so it runs on startup
# chmod 755 /etc/rc.local
Finally restart the jail from the Freenas GUI.
USB Z-wave sticks may give
dmesg warnings similar to “data interface 1, has no CM over data, has no break”. This doesn’t impact the function of the Z-wave stick in Hass. Just make sure the proper
/dev/cu* is used in the Home Assistant