Raspberry Pi as a DVM is not that easy, but it is probably possible:

1. Let's have an image for the "VM" in your laptop.
2. Insert a SD card to the laptop and dd the image.
3. Boot Raspberry Pi.

This assumes that:

* You perform this every time you want a clean state.
* Raspberry Pi has no persistent storage outside of the SD card.
* MicroSD card cannot be hacked (e.g., Raspberry Pi cannot overwrite the 
firmware).
* Your laptop is not configured to parse anything from the card. (If it is not 
that case, it could try to compromise your laptop.)

Regards,
Vít Šesták 'v6ak'

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