DEBOOTSTRAP or GRML-DEBOOTSTRAP more suitable?
I wish to do an _*EXTREMELY*_ minimalist install of Debian to a USB
flash drive (aka /dev/sdb1) assuming use as a MBR device.
I currently use the i386 flavor of Stretch.
My hardware allows choosing to boot from a flash drive.
I suspect that if using deboostrap the closest I can come is using
"--variant=minbase" which apparently installs apt. My definition of
"minimalist" would prefer not to.
For my definitely idiosyncratic purposes *absolutely NOTHING* but grub
related tools will _ever_ be run from this device.
What are the trade-offs of choosing between debootstrap and grml-debootstap?
I understand that either way I have some reading to do ;/