> That in mind, what's wrong with bpatch? I've used it for binary patching, it
> works just fine that that (if my first assumption is totally off-base). You
> download from the device, change any required data, and (if the device allows
> writes) write it back to the device. Of course, not all devices allow writes.
It's a bit uncomfortable. Just for example: I need to search some
signatures, which could be anywhere in 640Gb disk, and make some
changes around them. And I don't have spare 640+ Gb to copy whole disk
to. And even if I would have enough space, it is painfully slow to
move 640Gb twice just to make ten minutes editing.
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