Easy question

Paul B. Brown pbrown at btechnet.com
Sat Nov 6 18:45:02 UTC 1999

Actually, the command is sed.  Read the man page to find out how to
replace one string with another:

sed -e 's/string1/string2/g'

To delete a line:

sed -e '/string/d'

etc, etc, etc . . . .


Paul B. Brown                          pbrown at btechnet.com
Brown Technologies Network, Inc.       http://www.btechnet.com/

Unix Systems Administration            "Sailing is a state of mind . . . ."

On Fri, 5 Nov 1999, Alex wrote:

> Can someone tell me how I can replace 1 line of text in 290 db files?  Is
> there some sort of grep command or vi command that will recursively go thru
> each db.domain.com file in my /var/named dir and replace a current name
> server with a new name server?
> Please email me if you know!
> Alex

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