Why is the root filesystem mounted read-only?

Primarily to avoid breaking the module. It will also improve your product reliability by preventing system crashes from filling the root filesystem. 

Why is the root filesystem mounted read-only?2023-11-16T11:10:13-08:00

What is a DTB anyway?

It is a Device Tree Blob. Most desktop Linux machines actively probe for installed hardware to load and initialize various drivers. This can be a slow yet tedious process. To avoid the time required to probe in general, embedded Linux devices use a pre-defined, binary DTB to tell the kernel what is on the board and how to talk to it. 

What is a DTB anyway?2023-11-16T11:09:28-08:00
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