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View SSH key for HA in Docker
Originally from "https://hastebin.com/sojasolite.sql"
1-Need to modify the host user priveleges to skip typing your password with sudo
sudo visudo
hostuser ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL
2-Mount this volume in HA container to preserve the sshkey generated from the HA container and used to execute shell commands. Key will then persist through reboot or upgrades.
-v /home/hass/docker/sshkey/.ssh:/root/.ssh
"/home/hass/docker/sshkey/.ssh" needs to be your own path
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finity69x2 / nws_wx_alert_custom.txt
Last active Dec 27, 2019
Home Assistant Configuration for Adding Weather Alerts from the US NWS using a Custom Sensor
View nws_wx_alert_custom.txt
This will allow several functions including a persistent pop-up notification on your HA front end, a notification to whichever notify service you use (I’m using Pushbullet in this example), and, if you use another custom component (https://community.home-assistant.io/t/echo-devices-alexa-as-media-player-testers-needed/58639), it will also trigger an announcement to all of your Echo devices.
This integration uses a custom sensor.
you can find the code and the instructions for use at the following location:
https://github.com/eracknaphobia/nws_custom_component
NOTE: you will need to change the name of the file dep[ending on the version of ha you are installing it in. The instructions in that repo makes a note of that.
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finity69x2 / nws_wx_alert_rest.txt
Last active Jul 30, 2020
Home Assistant Configuration for Adding Weather Alerts from the US NWS using a REST Sensor
View nws_wx_alert_rest.txt
This will allow several functions including a persistent pop-up notification on your HA front end, a notification to whichever notify service you use (I’m using Pushbullet in this example), and, if you use another custom component (https://community.home-assistant.io/t/echo-devices-alexa-as-media-player-testers-needed/58639), it will also trigger an announcement to all of your Echo devices.
You next need to find either your NWS Zone ID or County ID. It is better to use both ID's here.
You can find your Zone or County ID by going to https://alerts.weather.gov/, scroll down to your state and click on the “zone list” and/or "county list" then look for the entry for your county.
Once you have your desired ID you create a sensor, replacing my id (INZ009, INC033) with yours. The ID is case sensitive!
Then when you have your ID's, enter them into the configuration below.
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