The problem with berryboot it doesn't swap out the kernel, so if you plan on using the likes of Raspbmc as your XBMC build, then berryboot is not really the answer as Raspbmc uses it's own kernel ....Pim wrote:Hello,
I'd just ordered a raspberry, and now i'm wondering if it is possible to dual boot. i'd like to use it as a media center (xbmc), and for education (probebly wheezy). is it possible since the raspberry doesn't have an bios.
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