Enter the Home Assisant Page at Boot¶
Experience the full-screen self-boot interface first.
Please close the already open Home Assistant URL and run
chromium-browser --start-fullscreen "http://localhost:8123".
If you want to automatically display the Home Assistant interface in full screen after booting, then do the following.
Go to the
autostart folder does not exist, you need to create a new one.
sudo mkdir -p /home/pi/.config/autostart/
sudo nano chrome_start_fullscreen.desktop
chrome_start_fullscreen.desktopfile as follows.
[Desktop Entry] Type = Application Exec = chromium-browser --start-fullscreen "http://localhost:8123"
Save and exit:
Ctrl + X,
If you want to cancel the full-screen self-start, comment out the contents of the
.desktop file (by “#” )and restart the Raspberry Pi.
cd /home/pi/.config/autostart/ sudo nano chrome_start_fullscreen.desktop
Exit full screen.
Method 1: Press F11.
Method 2: Move the mouse to the upper column of the screen and click the exit button that appears.
Method 3: Right-click the pop-up menu, select “Exit full screen”.
Long press the blank space to pop up the menu, click the exit button at the top of the screen or select “Exit full screen”.