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Thread: Getting started with the SSM(R) instead of an HGI80

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    I've just enabled discussions on the evofw3 github page

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    Mine arrived last week. Thank's for the fast delivery.
    All fitted to my Raspberry Pi and working well.
    Thanks for all your time and effort in making this possible.

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    I don't suppose anyone has a dummys guide to setting up Home Assistant on a Raspberry Pi 3b using the evofw3

    Getting Domoticz working on the Pi was a breeze.... but Home Assistant however is

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    Just to say that I've managed to get Home Assistant working on the Raspberry Pi 3b using the evofw3.

    For the umpteeeeeenth time I did a fresh install on the sd card and followed all the instructions at
    https://github.com/zxdavb/evohome_cc/wiki/3.-Installation

    But once again it was nada / ziltch / nuffing

    So what was the secret of my success you may well ask.....

    In /config/configuration.yaml I used
    evohome_cc: serial_port: /dev/ttyACM0
    packet_log: packet.log

    Instead using of the stated serial_port: /dev/ttyUSB0

    Restarted the core and packet.log started to fill with entries
    Went to "https://github.com/zxdavb/evohome_cc/wiki/Lovelace-customized-cards-for-evohome_cc" and added the 2 lovelace modules
    without doing anything else the dashboard worked.

    Sure as with everything there will be some tweaking required, but for now I'm now a happy bunny.
    Last edited by Dave_P; 22nd June 2021 at 12:13 AM.

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    Yes the SSM shows up as ACM0 due to the way the Atmel drivers work. The MCU used in the SSM no longer needs a separate Serial to USB interface, which generally announces itself as a USB0.

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