I have an installation of Debian whose boot partition has been placed on an ext2 formatted usb-stick. Please correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe that in most situations, the usb-stick should not have to be inserted and mounted. Therefore, I'm planning to remove the usb-stick once the computer has finished booting.
In what situations would I have to re-mount the boot partition on the usb-stick and how would I do that correctly? Do I always need to mount in when running