Thanks, found the re-install option, can't believe i didn't find it.procount wrote: ↑Sun Jan 19, 2020 4:50 pmHi pegman.
I guess it depends on why osmc is failing to load.
But anyway, rule #1 is always to backup anything that you don't want to lose. I assume you have kept updating PINN to the latest version, so you have the backup and restore option. So you could get a USB storage device (stick or hdd) and create an /os folder on it, then backup your installed OSes to that. Alternatively, you can put a similarly sized SD card in an SD card reader plugged into a USB port and clone the whole of your SD card to it.
Once you have backed up your OSes or card you can try a few things.
There is a fix-up menu in PINN where you can perform an fsck on your osmc partitions. Next you can try re-running the setup script for osmc from the fixup menu. Finally you can try selecting osmc and choosing the reinstall option which should definitely work, but it will totally replace your osmc installation. All of the above should keep your other OSes intact.
If it's a problem with your SD card and you need to start again, you can use PINN to reinstall your backups you made above and add a new install of osmc.
You have not understood what is meant by5t4n5 wrote: ↑Sun Jan 26, 2020 12:49 pmI downloaded Pinn light and when it comes on it only offers me raspbian and thinlinx. I looked at this: https://github.com/procount/pinn/blob/m ... ive-source
newurl.com is not working -- it just says its available for sale. So i have no idea where i'm supposed to go. Where does one go for alternative OS to install?
Can someone update the info on the link to a valid website?
normally the PXE "specification" already has the ability of a primitive multi boot menu.
Maybe cosmetic, but since updating to this 3.3, when PINN boots there appear immediately
Works for me, thanks for that !- Added rudimentary font size adjustment using +/- keys.
I'll look into it, but not promising.
Package needs updating for the latest versions of ext4 used in some OSes... I'll check.
I have bumped the package version and placed a test version of pinn v3.3.4a at https://sourceforge.net/projects/pinn/f ... p/download