Connecting to H5075 Thermometer from Home Assistant Container on Raspberry Pi Ubuntu

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  • sensor.goveetemp_bt_hci

    Govee Temperature/Humidity BLE Home Assistant Component

    I'm running ubuntu 20 on a Raspberry Pi 4. I'm running Home Assistant in a docker container, instead of running their HassOS. I followed the instructions on github for installing HACS and the goveetemp sensor. I couldn't see the sensor showing up in Home Assistant. I chased a lot of stuff, including this bug report that makes it sound like bluetooth isn't all that reliable on the Raspberry Pi. I also found this thread in this subreddit, but that wasn't my problem.

  • linux

    Kernel source tree for Raspberry Pi-provided kernel builds. Issues unrelated to the linux kernel should be posted on the community forum at https://forums.raspberrypi.com/ (by raspberrypi)

    I'm running ubuntu 20 on a Raspberry Pi 4. I'm running Home Assistant in a docker container, instead of running their HassOS. I followed the instructions on github for installing HACS and the goveetemp sensor. I couldn't see the sensor showing up in Home Assistant. I chased a lot of stuff, including this bug report that makes it sound like bluetooth isn't all that reliable on the Raspberry Pi. I also found this thread in this subreddit, but that wasn't my problem.

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