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I've a bootable USB with Debian. Normally I clone the disk with
dd, write the image on a new USB disk, mount this disk on my filesystem and edit some files.
Is it possible to edit files on the image without writing the image to USB and mount the USB? I've tried ISO Master, but that raises an error:
Failed to read volume info: 'Failed to read expected number of bytes'.