Installation with Docker is straightforward. Adjust the following command so that
/path/to/your/config/ points at the folder where you want to store your config and run it:
$ docker run -d --name="home-assistant" -v /path/to/your/config:/config -v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro --net=host homeassistant/home-assistant
This will launch Home Assistant and serve the web interface from port 8123 on your Docker host.
When using boot2docker on OS X you are unable to map the local time to your Docker container. Replace
-v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro with
-e "TZ=America/Los_Angeles" (replacing America/Los_Angeles with your timezone)
If you change the config you have to restart the server. To do that you have 2 options.
- You can go to the service developer tools, select the service
homeassistant/restartand click “Call Service”.
- Or you can restart it from an terminal by running
docker restart home-assistant
If you run into any issues, please see the troubleshooting page. It contains solutions to many of the more commonly encountered issues.
In addition to this site, check out these sources for additional help:
- Forum for Home Assistant discussions and questions.
- Gitter Chat Room for real-time chat about Home Assistant.
- GitHub Page for issue reporting.