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I have gone to OSMC - Programs - OSMC Settings 0.0.1 - Logging - and can't figure out what's next. Also tried Settings-Pi, but can't figure out what's next. Welcome any ideas!

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    If you mean you installed OSMC on a NOOBS card I would guess you can't -- OSMC doesn't know about NOOBS. To switch OS's you'd have to reboot. – goldilocks Jun 17 '15 at 14:31
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If you installed OSMC using noobs then you should restart and hold down the shift key will booting up.

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As already stated in the comments, you can't.

A commonly used workaround is adding your own script that changes the boot OS like so:

#!/bin/bash
cd ~
mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 noobs
cd noobs
mv autoboot.txt autobootkodi.txt
mv autobootother.txt autoboot.txt
reboot

In the other OS you do the opposite of the above as a shutdown script.

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