pinn - An enhanced Operating System installer for the Raspberry Pi

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PINN is a version of the NOOBS Operating System Installer for the Raspberry Pi. See the change history below for the additional features. Documentation on how to use PINN can be found in README_PINN.md, which includes all of the original NOOBS documentation.

https://github.com/procount/pinn

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