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Originally Posted by Corona688
sed -i if you want sed to actually edit the files, like you were doing before.

find . -name "*.php" -type f -exec sed -i '1 s/^.*GLOBALS.*$/<?php/g' {} \;

Tried this,nothing happened Smilie

Last edited by Corona688; 02-18-2015 at 03:23 PM..
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Is it truly the first line?
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Originally Posted by Corona688
Is it truly the first line?
oh ,thanks it works , but < is missing Smilie can i append < somehow ?

// Silence is golden.

Last edited by Corlex31; 02-18-2015 at 01:36 PM..
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"append" is the end. The beginning, would be "prepend".

It works here. Try << or \< if < isn't working.
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the < sign doesn't work on Cygwin64 Terminal Smilie But are you sure that this will work on server ? Smilie
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Hard to say, given I see no reason it can't work in a cygwin terminal.

Try \o57 instead of <.
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IT WORKS !!! ( cygnwin gone wild, so i restarted comp, and it works like a charm)

THANK YOU SO MUCH Smilie Smilie Smilie Smilie

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