This is not true from NOOBS 1.3 onwards. It is now both as it allows multiple OS to be installed simultaneously (each on their own partition). The user can then select which of the installed OS should be booted.klricks wrote: NOOBS is not a multi OS boot loader rather it is a multi OS installer.
Linux systems never display anything while typing a password. You have to type it 'blind' and press Enter at the end to complete the entry.BerryBot42 wrote:my Pi won't let me log in! I get the username in, but when I try to type the passcode, it doesn't register me typing! Please help!
Raspbian is probably the best to use as it has the most support.Rando wrote:So, which OS provided by NOOBS would be best suitable for the use of browsers and flash?