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Openplotter on a readonly filesystem
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There are several websites explaining how to run a rpi on a readonly website, but always without x-server. What I did is use a common way to have the "/" and "/boot" directories readonly, and than have "/home" on a seperated partion. This  home partion is actually 3 partions and the formatted with btrfs in raid-5. Now the homepartion is read/write but also secure for SDcard corruption. The result is an openplotter rpi where you can pull out the power plug while running without problems. (At least until now I didn't have any).
HERE  is a link to an image file (Needs a 16Gb) SDcard)
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