Reply 8# dutchman |
ah, unionfs. In Voyage they made kind of an archive which is unpacked at the start of the system to a tmpfs, and is packed on shutdown, and written to SD (at least as far as I can remember when I had the last look at Vovage). Unionfs long had the prob not be be in the vanilla kernel, I'm not sure about the recent state, and do also not know about the state of unionfs and the customized sunxi kernels. Maybe aufs (which is at least in the recent Debian kernel) is the better choice than unionfs.
A RO rootfs would be a nice thing to have, as the BaPi is kind of an embedded system (at least headless), which for sure is not always shut down with a clean filesystem.
I'll have a look into my BaPi wether there is unionfs or aufs support in the recent 14.09 kernel