Home Assistant share / Webpage
I been working on the home assistant app but have a few problem/changes
would like to have the config file to move to a share call homeassistant/config as this would make it easier for user to edit
have problems logging on after creating a user getting the following error message Unable to connect to Home Assistant.
but if I used hass:8123 it doesn't work but if I used the server IP address:8123 this works
would like to thanks Carlos for all this help yesterday
#2 Updated by cpg over 1 year ago
Well, for systems where the DNS is set up properly, it ought to work. It worked on mine.
The proxying feature in Apache does work reliably, it's the DNS in the clients that I think may not always work well.
That said, I don't mind if we use the port for this app, but still, rather if it were clean.
#5 Updated by rhglass over 1 year ago
- Subject changed from Home Assistant to Home Assistant share / Webpage
Has this been resolved?
If not, for the issue with web access I would recommend you use the hass:.domain.name:8123. Often apps that operate on a non-standard port, the short URL does not work.
I try to change it like that this morning but did not work maybe I did something wrong
#7 Updated by rhglass over 1 year ago
Just did a test install of the app and works fine for me.
Able to access the app via the dashboard link with no issue.
I did have to wait about 20-30 seconds for the service to start completely.
Otherwise I got the server error.
did you create a user Id and password but once you created them it will not log on afterwards
#9 Updated by sanjitchak 11 months ago
ProxyPreserveHost On ProxyRequests off ProxyPass /api/websocket ws://localhost:8123/api/websocket ProxyPassReverse /api/websocket ws://localhost:8123/api/websocket ProxyPass / http://localhost:8123/ ProxyPassReverse / http://localhost:8123/
in Custom Webapp Options and it got fixed.
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