For Linux: simply download it, make it executable with "chmod +x download_berryboot_images.py", and run it with "./download_berryboot_images.py"Montala wrote:That all looks very clever Andrew, but what do we actually have to do to 'run' or to implement it?
A 'noob' question I know, but I am sure that everyone won't know the answer!
Sorry, I guess I should have written a better description of the programJoe Schmoe wrote:And then what? What happens after the program is executing? Does your hard drive get reformatted?
Nice.AndrewS wrote:I've written a Berryboot 'addon' - an interactive command-line python script which downloads the berryboot .zsmime file and then downloads and verifies the berryboot distro images
Do you get an error message when you try to do that, or have problems finding the option?pygmy_giant wrote:great bit of software but no good for me - I use mobile broadband and it refuses to even look on a memory stick if it can't connect via ethernet.
Press left mouse button over "add OS" and hold it down longer for the option to appear.pygmy_giant wrote:I get an error message about being unable to find internet (because its not connected) and then the option shown in the instructions to download os from usb stick is missing and the other icons along the top are greyed out.
Be aware that the Berryboot menu runs under Linux, and is not a low level boot loader like grub.jackokring wrote: Just a little one, is it possible to add .elf boot, so that a single fully linked elf file can be the total system? And use the berryboot file access via a linked header file? Just wondering, as this could make bare bones code easier to develop. Some would say why not have a full kernel, but sometimes an empty one would be better, and the frame buffer has already been setup at this point, no?
Standard USB HID and mass storage support is built into the kernel.Ok, so USB support and other things would not be available, unless kernel modules had been loaded.
The list the installer uses: http://dl.berryboot.com/distro.smime (search for url=<something>)pygmy_giant wrote:am not yet online with my rpi and so am using berryboot to install oses via usb stick but it doesnt like img fiels - where can I download the squashfs equivilants?
At what stage?pygmy_giant wrote:Hmmm - kernel panic
Not in the current version.schmittlauch wrote:Is it possible to overclock the cpu for certain systems and for some not?
And how to change the overscan setting after the first boot?
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sudo mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 /boot edit /boot/config.txt with your favorite editor (e.g. sudo vi /boot/config.txt ) sudo umount /boot sync
Strange.pygmy_giant wrote:During boot after selecting raspbian in the boot menu
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