I have now created a draft installation of VoidLinux that can be installed with PINN (my fork of NOOBS for the Raspberry Pi).
It will automatically select the correct version according to the model of PI, yet give you the choice of installing the standard rootfs or the musl one.
I created three slideshow pictures (taken from the Void website) that are displayed as it is installed. I need to reduce their size a bit so they will fit on the touchscreen display, but if anyone has any better ones, please feel free to provide them.
I would welcome any feedback or comments.
PINN can be downloaded as pinn-lite.zip from https://sourceforge.net/projects/pinn/files/
Documentation can be found at https://github.com/procount/pinn/blob/master/README_PINN.md
Format an SD card as FAT32 and unzip pinn-lite.zip onto it.
As the voidLinux installation is not yet released, it is necessary to edit the recovery,cmdline file on the SD card in order to install voidlinux. Simply change the alt_image_source parameter so that it references os_list_v3a,json instead of os_list_v3.json
(This file should only consist of 1 line)
To get the tar files to work with PINN, I repackaged them with bsdtar but using --format="gnutar". I don't know if this has had any effect, but it still seems to work ok from my limited testing.