Converting 2 separate existing Oses into a multi-boot with PINN
Have you bought an HDD for your Raspberry Pi recently and want to transfer all your separate OSes to the HDD? With this tutorial, you will be able to transfer almost any OS into a multi-boot. Furthermore, you can also boot your Raspberry Pi from a Micro SD card, but the filesystem is on the HDD. Basically what this means is that the boot partitions will be stored on a Micro SD card and that the root partitions will be stored on the HDD. In this tutorial, we will be converting 1 Raspbian and 1 RetroPie Micro SD card into a multi-boot. Continue reading “Converting 2 separate existing Oses into a multi-boot with PINN”
Installing PINN on your Raspberry Pi
PINN (PINN is not NOOBS)can easily be installed on your Raspberry Pi is easy to do. It is better then NOOBS because PINN allows your to edit the config.txt file straight from the startup application. This can be useful if you overclocked your Raspberry Pi too much and it becomes unstable. PINN also supports custom OSes. You can add your existing versions of Raspbian, RetroPie, etc. As well as coming with large database of images, you can make multiple copies of the same exact OS. You can keep boot files on an SD card and keep OSes on a USB drive if needed. This means you only need a 4GB SD card!
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DIY Heatsink for SBC CPU chips
Build your own heatsink with this DIY Heatsink for SBC CPU chips tutorial! The heatsink will dissipate heat decreasing the temperature.
- Metal piece the same size/smaller then processor chip
- Temperature recording software/command on OS
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Raspberry Pi Images:
- A Raspberry Pi of course!
- Minimum of 8 GB SD card, preferably 16 GB or 32 GB.
- Image writing software, Etcher
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