A month back i bought a Khadas VIM2 MAX as i was looking for a SoC that could decode x265 for KODI. They have a AWESOME feature.
As it has the ability to run dual-OS from eMMC, it also gives the possibility to run even a triple OS using a SDCard. Here they have a feature that if a Micro-sdcard is plugged in that contains a OS, it will automatically boot from that micro-sdcard. So why is this a awesome feature? Well the wear leveling can sooner or later be a fact on the eMMC. It could be 10 years…20 years…i do not know. However many of us haven’t bought the Turris Omnia for 2-3 years, rather a investment for the future (replacing wifi cards, Antenna’s, SSD-drive, USB dongles/drives, etc…). When the eMMC of the Omnia has left us, logically thinking it would mean the Omnia is ready for the junkyard right? Or used as a simple hub as the switch functionality wouldn’t even work as there is no software controlling it. So having the ability to put the WHOLE Turris OS on a SSD-drive would be a good alternative right?
Do correct me if i have said something incorrectly or give your additions to what i have come up with.