BerryBoot allows you install multiple operating systems onto a single SD card for use with your Raspberry Pi.
PES BerryBoot images can be downloaded using the following links:
- Raspberry Pi BerryBoot (Arm6) torrent (1GB)
- Raspberry Pi 2/3 BerryBoot (Arm7) torrent (1.1GB)
- Raspberry Pi 4 BerryBoot (Arm7l) torrent (987MB)
- Raspberry Pi BerryBoot (Arm6) (md5sum: ced57071b96cb22250986057c5d1c455, 1GB)
- Raspberry Pi 2/3 BerryBoot (Arm7) (md5sum: e2caa8f1748237ab7721d9d735abfb73, 1.1GB)
- Raspberry Pi 4 BerryBoot (Arm7l) (md5sum: 262201f48042992edbbce5a68bfa297d, 987MB)
Download the latest version of BerryBoot and write it to your SD card.
Note: It is assumed that you have already mounted your SD card at /mnt in this example:
wget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/berryboot/berryboot-20170527-pi0-pi1-pi2-pi3.zip mkdir berryboot cd berryboot 7z e ../berryboot-20170527-pi0-pi1-pi2-pi3.zip cp -r ./* /mnt/ umount /mnt
Now insert your SD card, a keyboard, mouse and USB storage device into your Raspberry Pi and turn it on.
Follow the on screen instructions to install BerryBoot.
Install PES BerryBoot Image¶
Download the PES BerryBoot image for your model of Raspberry Pi from above and unzip it.
Once you get to the BerryBoot menu editor screen proceed as follows:
Hold down the left mouse button on the Add OS menu button and select Install from USB stick.
Select the PES BerryBoot image, e.g. pes-2.8-2020-02-15-rpi2-3-berryboot.img256
Once installed select Edit Config and go to the config.txt and change the GPU memory to 384.
Now you can click Exit to reboot your Rapsberry Pi.
Once rebooted you should now see the PES BerryBoot image as an OS that you can boot.
Your installation is now complete.