There are some great tools for connecting the windows and linux, but they comes from mammoth ages, though.
- Install Terminal & ssh add-on.
2. Create key with
PuTTYgen. Hit save key and yes for passphrase. It wasn't asking me for a passphrase, but when I hit
no it wasn't saving the key either.
3. There is a
Public key for pasting into OpenSSH authorized_keys file: in
puttyGen, so we copy it and paste into an add-ons configuration under
Reload the add-on afterwards.
.ppk key with
root. Yes, I'm serious, need to change afterwards.
5. Putting files:
/config/ and create a directory:
www, now you can upload any custom files there and they'll be hosted on the hass.
6. Using files
Now the files are accessible via the hass.io front-end under the path
And inside the components: