W. H. Heydt wrote: ↑
Tue Oct 15, 2019 3:50 pm
Simplest way...use two different microSD cards. One for work, one for home. If you need to have common data files, put them on a USB stick. There are some really tiny USB storage devices that you can just leave in the Pi when you move it.
Building on this, use one common SD card to boot and run off two seperate SSD (leave one at work, and one at home). Works great if you have different data sets at home and work, and really should keep them seperate. Alternately have the full OS with appropriate configs on the two SD cards and all your user data on a single SSD and schlep it back and forth if you have a large amount of data. Done right this has the advantage of being able to fairly easily access/use your data on another computer.
Another would be 2 SD cards and store your shared files in the cloud. It really depends on your particular use case (size and number of files, and any restrictions on how they can leave the company).
Are you trying to continue to do work at home, or are you wanting to use the same computer for two different sets of tasks?