[OpenTRV-dev] VERY OT:

Bo Herrmannsen bo.herrmannsen at gmail.com
Mon Mar 28 15:51:58 BST 2016

worked and not that hard

i replaced /var with /home/pi

2016-03-28 16:27 GMT+02:00 Bo Herrmannsen <bo.herrmannsen at gmail.com>:

> maybe this one:
> https://github.com/tvdzwan/hyperion/wiki/Make-Raspbian-Read-Only
> 2016-03-28 16:10 GMT+02:00 Bo Herrmannsen <bo.herrmannsen at gmail.com>:
>> but i cant wait until you can give a link or 2.... i will just let this
>> system run in read-write mode until i can figure it
>> 2016-03-28 15:54 GMT+02:00 Jeremy Poulter <jeremy at bigjungle.net>:
>>> There are probably a few solutions to this probably the nicest would be
>>> to use UnionFS or similar to overlay a writable /tmp directory over
>>> /home/pi
>>> Alternatively (and maybe a bit less of a learning curve) move /home/pi
>>> to some other location (eg /home/pi.readonly). Mount a tmpfs on /home/pi
>>> and then copy the content of the /home/pi.readonly to /home/pi. Be warned
>>> however tmpfs uses DRAM as storage so may not be good for long term
>>> sessions.
>>> Yet another option that may help is to have a read/write partition
>>> monuted to /home/pi. Have a look at the guides by Open Energy Monitor on
>>> setting up the EmonBase. You could even delete the content on boot up and
>>> copy a clean version as with the previous example.
>>> Jeremy
>>> PS sorry for the lack of links doing this on a phone, bit Google is your
>>> friend 😉
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