I just discovered I can make the boot and file system partitions read only with raspi-config. Never had a use for it before. This post is an addendum to my other post, which I guess no one has an answer for. So if the makers of Mycroft are reading this, can I make the boot and file system partitions read-only and Mycroft still functions as normal? I don’t perceive any permanent writes, which need to be stored across reboot, that Mycroft needs to do on a raspberry pi and SD card since pretty much everything is accessed through the cloud.
EDIT: Probably should have said ‘permanent writes, after setting it all up’.