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I know what you are all going to answer to this question, RTFM,
however I don't have it with me and I need to know how to do this NOW.
On a website I have created (about 30 pages), and I need to change
the name of a link that occurs in every file and rather then open them
all and manually change, I thought i had come across a unix command that
allowed to replace occurances of a specified string in any designated
files with another string. From the command line. I looked at teh grep
man pages and it doesn't mention (that i saw) any where about replacing
an occurence of a string.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Secondly, i was trying to install a new hard drive and my computer
only picks it up as the primary slave, despite my removing all other
hard drives? Can anybody explain this.
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