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Raspberry Pi Home Automation with Arduino by Andrew K. Dennis

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BerryBoot – our tool for installing an operating system

There are several ways of installing the OS onto the SD card, but by far the easiest of them is BerryBoot.

BerryBoot is a Mac, Windows, and Linux compatible boot loader. It works by being unzipped onto a formatted SD card and then when the Raspberry Pi is powered up, it launches.

Once loaded it allows you to choose the operating system you would like to install and walks you through the process. The BerryBoot application also helps you to install multiple operating systems on a single SD card.

Downloading the BerryBoot zip

Our first task is will be to download the BerryBoot zip file. This can be found at http://www.berryterminal.com/doku.php/berryboot.

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