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comment Find and replace text within a file using commands
@mcExchange If it's specifically the / character that you need to match, you can just use some other character as the separator (e.g. 's_old/text_new/text_g'). Otherwise, you can put a \ before any of $ * . [ \ ^ to get the literal character.
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comment Find and replace text within a file using commands
@Elad but that modification breaks it on Ubuntu. See stackoverflow.com/questions/5694228/… for mac/linux portability discussion.
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revised How can I remove window shadows in Unity?
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comment Ralink rt3290 wifi driver is not working in Ubuntu 14.04
@zipzit I made a couple of trivial modifications to get it to build on 14.10: drive.google.com/file/d/0B9PSRQzQuCHWN2FfaDFGYm44cUE/…
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