I ve seen many recipes for a longer lasting SD, but no one convinced me that this is not a tremendous flaw in the whole Raspberry concept.
Targeted for students, packaged with N.O.O.B.S., etc, it become clear the newbie's happiness will last a month, and then, corruption. What a welcome message!
In the past, we could buy battery powered compact flash cards for the ancient HP200LX, plug it and forget about for, say, 10 years (changing batteries every two years).
The best reliable solutions proposed in this site refers to minimizing writes to the disc, strapping vital functions and rendering the RPi almost unusable, even forgetting that the kernel itself will write countless times in the same sectors due to the linux file abstraction model ( everything in linux is a file).
That said, while manufacturers do not present an everlasting solution, is there another kind of SD Card electrically compatible solution or hacking that would bring Raspberry to the serious side, without inflating its size and purpose?