NOw I know that youre supposed to shut donw your pC properly ALWAYS
and living in the lihtening capoital of the USA sometimes thats not always up to me
However seeing all this chatte about being able to boot from SSD and USB sticks as opposed to sd cards leaves mewondering one thing?
Is this any safer than booting from micro sd cards?
It seems that everytime I start to experiment with HW or SW or both, I find myself in a situation where the PI gets locked up, ok hazard of the business I get it.
But it also seems that abou every 3rd time I have to FORCE the thing down i find myself unable to boot from that card.
Now im sure there are plety of |easy| resolutions and things like that, but I spent YEARS working from Linux USB sticks demonstrating to other folks how they could run and learn linux on THEIR PCs and not harm anything.
and RARELYif ever did I ave to rewrite the USB key.
SO if I use a bootable SSD in my DIY tablet/laptop wil it be more stabl;e durnig emergenc power downs?
also a lot of chatter on a 64 bit version of raspbian any ntruth?
I use Manjaro on my PBP and like it a lot, just not readyh to move ALL my RASPI projects that way yet.