I installed Debian jesse on an USB stick. I have like usual in these cases 4 partitions. Boot, root, swap, home. Last 3 of course encrypted.
But during installation, I don't know why, Debian didn't ask to me where to install the boot loader (grub).
Debian automatically installed the boot loader on the mbr of my main hdd's pc.
So now, I have an almost full encrypted USB that only works on that specific pc. The USB key by itself can't boot.
How can I fix this? I think I must somehow copy the mbr content in the boot partition on my USB. But I don't have technical knowledge about it.
I can't understand why Debian didn't ask me where to install grub.
I did a manual install via the standard Debian wizard install.
Debian works great however I would like to have the chance to use this USB key in any pc I have.