Debian on a system with Compact Flash, without Hard Disk
I have been told that Debian on an industrial PC with a Comapct flash and without hard disk is not a great idea cause the OS writes often on the main disk and this would hit with flash limited write amount
is that correct?
I am preparing a prototype for driving cameras and analyzing images. I do not need much stuff to run. Just my threads, a few servers like ssh or ftp and very probably also Eclipse to avoid cross compiling.
Cannot I just install the minimal needed so that probably the OS will not write much on flash and corrupt it?