I have a simple problem I cannot solve by myself. I'm running Debian on a raspberry pi 2, and have the /home added with fstab) placed on an external USB drive with its own power supply. Normally everything works fine, including rebooting.
But approx once a month I have power outage which is causing issues. Without the usb drive it world's fine, but not with it. The explanation to this, I think is that the usb has a push bottom to power it up, hence after a power outage the usb drive doesn't power up, which causes my raspberry not to boot. Is it possible to make the raspberry boot without /home/*, until I manage to go down in the cellar to power up the usb drive?