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Published on Jan 5, 2013
This is a video walkthrough of the process used to get Linux installed on a Raspberry Pi - http://www.raspberrypi.org/ using BerryBoot.
This video shows the entire process after you have put the BerryBoot files onto the empty SD card (should be formatted as a MS-DOS FAT). We go through the BerryBoot configuration screen, setting the overscan values, exploring the Edit menu, and then downloading Debian Linux and running through the Linux setup that happens when you do the first boot. Once the configuration is complete we use the Linux desktop and IDLE to write and run a Python "Hello world" program.
It is a simple process to download the initial files from the BerryBoot web site - http://www.berryterminal.com/doku.php... - the BerryBoot site also walks through the install process as well. Make sure to visit the BerryBoot page to get the files onto your SD card.