Wed Sep 14 11:19:56 EDT 2016

rescue disk

It's been far too long that grub2 has eluded me.  Why?  No idea.
Because I find it counterintuitive that there is no "context-free" way
of installing a boot loader.

What I want is a USB stick with a debian distro on it, something I can
boot but that can also run as an lxc to update software.

Starting from a plain lxc container:

- install grub + linux
apt-get install grub2 linux-image-4.6.0

- set root passowrd

- config /etc/fstab

- config network?

The big question really is: what is the difference between a normal
debian boot, and an lxc boot?