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Multibooting raspberry pi

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Raspberry Pi, 64 bit, multiboot, Retropie, Kodi. (Be the first).

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Multiboot with PINN

What is PINN (PINN Is Not NOOBS)?

An easy enhanced Operating System installer for the Raspberry Pi

The latest version of PINN can be downloaded from sourceforge.

This README relates to v3.8

(PINN-lite does not include any operating systems at all.

It is more akin to NOOBS-lite rather than NOOBS. For that reason, the filename that you download is called More recently, has also been made available for download which includes versions of Raspbian and LibreELEC.)



Web UI for PINN

  • Instructions


Replace recovery.cmdline file in PINN directory with downloaded file

Copy the contents of the PINN directory to your FAT32 formatted media

Boot your Raspberry Pi

Select all systems and install


Installation instructions
Installation instructions
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Raspberry Pi OS 64-bit release news

OS installation selection
OS installation selection

Installing RetroPie
Installing RetroPie

Installing Kodi/OSMC
Installing Kodi/OSMC

Boot selection menu
Boot selection menu


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