I'm putting together a thumb drive that boots into an evil operating system 
(yes, that one), and has some applications and data on it. It would be nice 
to have the whole thing under version control. Yes, I know this is 

It seems to me that I might create a folder for this project, which would 
contain the repository, and a shortcut to the drive (/dev/sd*n*), and track 
the shortcut as a binary file. 

I'm new to VCS, but I know about the concept of filters for binary files. 
Is there one for ntfs? I don't think I would track changes to individual 
files, but rather track changes to sectors. 

Any help at all will be appreciated, even if you're just telling me that 
this is impossible or impractical.

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