Are you working on multiple OS on Raspberry PI? Are you able to manage it properly??
This tutorial is about to manage your OS on boot. It will help you to change your default OS to run with your favourite project and be more productive. Multiple OS requires more memory space to boot.
These are simple steps to follow –
Connect your Raspberry with ssh terminal
ssh [email protected] & your raspberry password
Make Directory to mount
Mount noobs partition
sudo mount /dev/mmcblk0p3 tmp/noobs
Look which os is on which partition
cat /tmp/noobs/installed_os.json "name": "RISC OS" "partitions": [ "/dev/mmcblk0p5", "/dev/mmcblk0p6" ], ...
The mmcblk0p5 is important.
Edit the noobs.conf with e.g. nano or your favourite editor and the change the value default_partition_to_boot to the partition number
sudo nano noobs.conf [General] default_partition_to_boot=5 display_modr=0 keyboard_layout=us language=en
Now finally perform reboot to reflect changes and boot with other os
P.S you can write a shell script to edit the noobs.conf and change the OS according to your need.
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