I have a Raspberry Pi 3 running Raspbian. It's my first one, so please forgive a lot of ignorance. I used NOOBS to install the system, which seems to have left its micro SD card littered with various partitions.
I'm seeing a mounted directory at
/media/<username>/SETTINGS that corresponds to a little 32M partition at
/dev/mmcblk0p5. Its contents are:
cache installed_os.json lost+found noobs.conf wpa_supplicant.conf
I can unmount it, apparently without ill effect. But on reboot it comes right back. I'm sharing the external drives with AFP, so for purely aesthetic reasons I would like to not have the SETTINGS directory in
What is the purpose of
SETTINGS? Do I still need it? And most importantly, can I tell it to not mount to