Logic Supply presents
on setting up a read-only Linux machine.
"There seem to be a lot of people out there looking to run a custom application
on a Linux-based platform running on a solid-state storage device. From time to
time, we receive questions from customers looking to make their Linux platforms
read-only in order to maximize the longevity of their flash devices. I thought
Id take the opportunity to create a blog post describing one way to do this.
There are a couple of different approaches to making a Linux system read-only.
Unfortunately, it is usually not as simple as using a conventional filesystem
mounted with the read-only option. Many programs assume that at least some
parts of the system are writable. In some cases, these programs will fail to
run correctly if this turns out not to be the case.
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