Raspberry Pi: Multi-boot with BerryBoot



Using BerryBoot to install multiple operating systems on a Raspberry Pi. Includes running Android KitKat on a Pi, and installing Pi operating systems on an SSD.

You can download BerryBoot from: http://www.berryterminal.com/doku.php/berryboot

You may also enjoy this video where I overclock a Raspberry Pi 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3B3AnuOmRcQ

Some of my other Raspberry Pi videos include this one where I spend a whole week using a Raspberry Pi as my only computer:…

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  1. I have bought Raspberry Pi 4 on it I have installed the Rasbian buster but analog hdmi Bluetooth audio out not working please suggest me.
    Is there any hardware issue with my Raspberry Pi4

  2. Hello again,

    Hey I noticed a peculiar problem that I just simply can't resolve. When I first installed the latest Raspbian (along with other OS's) I could easily edit the /etc/fstab in the console by just using the nano command. ?

    But apparently when I didn't type in correctly what I was trying to achieve (automount a networked Synology NAS folder at startup), the fstab became unwritable.

    Only through using the sudo command I could edit the file through the console. So I decided to make a clean install of the OS. I had other OS's on the micro SD card as well so I deleted them too. I completely repartitioned & reformated the micro SD card to start fresh. ??

    But even with a clean install of Raspbian I'm locked out of editing the /etc/fstab by just only using the nano command.

    Any ideas ? ?

    Thanks !

  3. Doing everything exactly like in the video and all the online tutorials i could find online.
    Just Can't get berryboot to boot on the raspberry.

    The sd card is working great with other os on the raspberry pi 2 B and 3B

    What could cause the problem?
    Is it maby the brand of sd card?

    I have formated it in Fat Fat32 ntfs and fatex
    Nothing seems to work

    Im curious how to fix this.
    Multiboot on a pi is again a bit closers to perfection.

    Ciao kind regards,
    Daniel

  4. can someone make berryboot images for windows 10 arm ( insider view version 1903 without the driver sign problem) and Lineage OS 14 or 15 for the raspberry pi – i can't get it done

  5. No doubt that it is a very useful tool, but here is a catch, don't know how to bypass it. I have downloaded a stable build of android which I use on my pi, for accessing media contents via android app, but it has issues with high quality media (even with 720p movies). So I installed the open media centre and wanted to dual boot with that android. The android image was 4.7 gb, so I had to format my storage to ntfs. And here comes the problem. The boot menu does not recognises ntfs media storage. Going back to single boot again.

  6. Question
    Does sd card stays on after booting from usb HDD/SSD
    I want to creat a system that will keep running 24/7 and last time i built it on raspberry it blew up my card with in 6 months

  7. I know this is an older video but you completely showed me everything I needed to do before I even took my raspberry out of the box. 🙂 you're very easy to follow also and explain things very well. Earned a sub mate!

  8. Hi, thank you very much for this video about letting BerryBoot and try it on Raspbery Pi 3 Model B + and it works. I tried downloading Ubuntu Mate, installed it. But a bit heavy video viewing and wlan will not work. I'm experimenting with others like Kalix Linux 🙂 but it si bad.

  9. I install Raspian on the SSD card using bootberry, but I notice it does not have a swap file. free -h shows zero swap size (used other tools to verify no swap file ). /etc/dphys-swapfile does not work on this configuration. I need to run opencv for my project so I need a swapfile. Can you help with the best approach to create swap file without dphys-swapfile on this configuration?

    Thank you

  10. Hello, your video is very good, but i've an other problem, is it possible for you to add a tuto to explain how to convert an *.img file in squashfs format wich is recognized by berryboot to install a new OS from an USB drive ? I need that to install a personal raspbian OS. Thx for your nice job

  11. Looks like I intalled some system and its loading by default with no Berryboot interface! Could it be? And how to cure this. Maybe a button to be holded while booting, or… edit some config.txt? I'm not really advanced in that stuff and I do not want to waste a week of my free time to solve that riddle. (As for now, I'll just reinstall Berryboot. Thanks for another video from Learning Computers dot com thumbsup

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