yes HA or (Hassio ) and not very friendly with MySensors.
the "Persistence" function of the sensors and the rewriting of the sketches ( for the validation of the messages) and a constraint.
No MyS is not dead, we are La!
and for "Do I have to rewrite all my scripts, automations, models, etc..." ... it is perhaps the safest, cleanest...
give us the result! Ask on the HA/Hassio forum for a solution?
you are in mode #define MY_NODE_ID "static" for the nodes??
This is what I do for the receive :
So, I'm now able to SET a VALUE from HA.
And after a pulse it is updated
My question is most about how to use HA to do it more easily as possible.
Do you think possible to use an TEXT object which can be sent to node through the MQTT ?
Second question : how do you send value to the node (MQTT or other ?)
finally, ... I had time to test the "Option 2".
Because the stock of all shops are empty, I used my old RPI 3 B+. But after all, the CPU runs at 50%. Even the 1 GB ram is half free.
The way wasn't as easy as I thought. But now the setup runs pretty good.
This steps I had to make:
A fresh install of Raspian Lite (I used 64-Bit, if this is needed? I dont know)
Installed "Home Assistant Supervised", which runs in a docker. (I found a tutorial based on this informations: https://github.com/home-assistant/supervised-installer)
Installed the MySensors Gateway with some changes! (https://www.mysensors.org/build/raspberry)
3b. The manual works fine for 32 Bit raspbian. For 64 Bit you have to edit two files bevor the compile starts. (https://forum.mysensors.org/topic/11456/is-mysensors-rpi-gw-32bit-only/8)
In my case i have to change the section for the BCM2837 (= RPI3) as described in the post.
Now, I have a clean setup for my smarthome with MySensors Nodes and Zigbee Nodes.
The RFM69 ist directly connected to the GPIO of the PI.
The power consumption is araound 2 W. Somewhat lower when idle.