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Notes and disclaimer
|Driving review: 1.0|
From the 0.94 version of Home Assistant, the Python 3.5.x version (or lower) is no longer accepted as valid, but considered deprecated. Starting from the 1 August 2019, the first updatenamento of Home Assistant useful will consider such obsolete version as no longer validtherefore Home Assistant it will simply not work anymore.
This applies only to the installations of Home Assistant on systems with Raspberry Raspbian systems where theHUB is installed How applicativo (do not HASSIO, do not HASSIO on Docker) - for example as in this guide - or, always like applicensee, on other operating systems.
This guide illustrates how to update Python on a system Raspberry Pi with Raspbian operating system from a lower version to the 3.7.xa the latter.
|ATTENZIONE: prosee to carry out the first onenameto the 0.94 version of Home Assistant (as explained at the bottom of the post illustrating this new version), check that it restarts correctly - and eventually resolve any proproblems - and then prosee this updatenamento. Otherwise, a possible failure to restart Home Assistant could be blamed on procedura that follows when it could derive from the innovations introduced by 0.94. There profollowing procedure it is tested and working.|
|N.b. Compared to the 0.94 version of Home Assistant we recommend installing the 3.6 version, a more stable and tested version. The guide to installing the 3.6.x. instead of the 3.7.x it's this one.|
First di profollow, verify that the configuration of Home Assistant is present under the path:
Secondly, execute the following command:
if the version is lower than the 3.7.x, then it is time to take action.
First of all stop Home Assistant:
sudo systemctl stop home-assistant@homeassistant
at this point execute the following sequence of commands:
sudo apt-get install build-essential tk-dev libncurses5-dev libncursesw5-dev libreadline6-dev libdb5.3-dev libgdbm-dev libsqlite3-dev libssl-dev libbz2-dev libexpat1-dev liblzma-dev zlib1g-dev -y wget https://www.python.org/ftp/python/3.7.5/Python-3.7.5.tgz tar xzvf Python-3.7.5.tgz cd Python-3.7.5/ ./configure make sudo make install
take a break, it will take a while.
|Nb Nothing prohibits, in the second command (and those to follow, consequently) of indicating a .tgz relative to a different version, for example:|
it is in fact sufficient to consult the online version list to decide arbitrarily which version to install.
When finished, temporarily disable the service Home Assistant e prosee a reboot:
sudo systemctl disable home-assistant@homeassistant sudo reboot
To save Home Assistant
At this point it is necessary save the probefore configuration of Home Assistant:
cd /srv/homeassistant sudo rm * -R cd .. sudo chown homeassistant:homeassistant homeassistant cd /home/homeassistant sudo mv .homeassistant/ .homeassistant_backup sudo su -s /bin/bash homeassistant
Now you can install the latest version of Home Assistant:
cd /srv/homeassistant python3.7 -m venv . source bin/activate pip3 install homeassistant hass
Wait for the complete start up of Home Assistant, waiting to read the log line:
INFO (MainThread) [homeassistant.core] Starting Home Assistant
after that, brekkare with ctrl + c.
Finally, restore the configuration of Home Assistant.
deactivate exit cd /home/homeassistant sudo rm .homeassistant/ -R sudo mv .homeassistant_backup/ .homeassistant sudo chmod -R 0777 /home/homeassistant/ sudo systemctl enable home-assistant@homeassistant sudo reboot
At this point Raspberry should reboot e Home Assistant it should restart properly this time run on Python 3.7.x.
|ATTENZIONE: remember that there is on our FORUM community an ad hoc section dedicated to Home Assistant, for any doubt, question, information on the specific merit of these components.|