Is there any way to have more than one operating system on the same SD Card of my RaspBerry Pi 2 and remotely boot from one to another?
I access my RaspBerry Pi 2 remotely via SSH. It have no keyboard nor screen, and uses to be permanently ON.
I use to work with Ubuntu and Kali, each on a different SD card. So, when I want to boot from one to the other, I have to:
- Remotely power off the RaspBerry.
- Go to the place where my RaspBerry Pi 2 is (another floor of the building).
- Change SD card.
- Power on the RaspBerry.
On desktop computers, I can do all these steps remotely, by installing both Kali and Linux on the same computer, and changing boot options via GRUB.
Is there anything similar on RaspBerry?
Answers for any couple of operating systems accepted, yet Ubuntu/Kali couple preferred.
Some info about the partition structure of the SD card would be fine (one partition for everything? one for boot and another for the operating systems? one for each operating systems?).