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I know that I can enable/disable OverlayFS from the raspi-config, but do I do this from the terminal? Via a bash script for example.

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Just study raspi-config which is just a simple (if rather long) shell script and extract the bits you need.

It is actually possible to call the functions in raspi-config.

enable_overlayfs() disable_overlayfs() should work (but I have not tried).

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sudo raspi-config nonint enable_overlayfs or sudo raspi-config nonint disable_overlayfs

Then reboot.

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