OS:Currently running the latest updates on all apps and services.
I am trying to configure anything really and I keep getting an error in my log viewer “Unable to write (blank) “Read-only file system””
I don’t remember ever doing anything to change write or access permissions. When I go in to the configuration tool via puTTY and try to change permissions, my screen is filled with “failed to write *** Read-only file system”
First copy off any important data and then try a reboot. The Linux filesystem has some corruption. During the reboot it should automatically run a filesystem check and attempt to correct any errors. Data loss is possible though.
File systems don’t just spontaneously go read only so something changed. If you are using a full sized SD card, check to see if it has a little toggle on the side and if so check whether it’s set to read only or not.
Check your /etc/fstab file for any corruption or unexpected changes. This could be a sign that the SD card is failing.
In all likelihood, you will need to rebuild this system on a different SD card.
I’m aware something has changed but I am here because I don’t know what that something is. I will check the tab on the card.
The SD card is relatively new.
If I have to rebuild then so be it but i was hoping for an alternative.
Most of us here arr not Linux experts and this is really a problem that has nothing to do with openHAB. You might have better luck along on a Raspbian forum. “Rebuild” is probably going to be the best advice you will find here.