I need a hex editor able to work directly with disks, preferably
those, which can be started without X.
I tried hexcurse, chexedit, bpatch - and it seems that they are unable
to open /dev/something.

Also, I would like to know about a tool to show low-level disk
information. For example, how can I see a number of sectors available?
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