Is it true that removing the power cord without doing
halt on a normal read-write root filesystem could cause filesystem corruption?
For my embedded project, it's impossible to shutdown with a clean
halt, simply because there is no keyboard, no SSH, nothing.
For now, I solved the problem by setting the root filesystem read-only by default, but this can be annoying to have to do
mount -o remount,rw / each time you boot and want to modify something.
Question: Is it possible to have both read-write filesystem and no problem when halting the Pi by removing the power cord?