(This might be something for @BlacksheepGER …)
I was exoerimenting with Home Assistant yesterday and started off with a test installation on a test machine. I got that running and to round off the test, I also installed Quartermaster on my Xperia X (4.0.1 - on the one with 3.4.x, Quartermaster does not install, it seems). Got it connected just fine, everything working.
Later yesterday, I decided to set up Home Assistent “for real” on my server, so new installation on a different IP. Once that was running, I ditched the test installation and went on to try and reconfigure Quartermaster. To start with, Quartermaster just hung upon start (I waited minutes…). So, apparently, no direct way to reconfigure. I then proceeded to find and remove all quartermaster files in the home directory of “defaultuser” (including one in “privileged”), then removed and re-installed Quartermaster. No dice - upon start, Quartermaster still hangs. I repeated that process, this time also deleting a lock file somewhere in /run/user/100000/single-instance-locks/usr/bin/harbour-quartermaster/ and another re-install. No luck - Quartermaster hangs.
I then proceeded to try and investigate this from the command line, so I fired up harbour-quartermaster from a terminal - and then it did start and showed the installation wizard. I completed the configuration, entered the token again and got it connected to the new Home Assistant instance.
Unfortunately, this was not the end of it - when I closed Quartermaster again, I still could not start it by tapping on the icon - it just hangs. When I run it from the command line, it does start, but does not store the configuration - it shows the installation wizard, where IP and port are correctly filled in, but not the access token.
So, the question is: what do I need to do to actually start with a clean slate with Quartermaster, so I can configure it from scratch and use it normally from the icon afterwards?