Tuesday, August 31, 2021
By Charles Buege, Fuel Editorial Advisory Committee Member, Chicago Chapter Leader
Sed is a *nix-based (Unix and Linux) text editing tool that allows you to rapidly change out text in a file in a single place or multiple via command-line or with a script. In this video how-to, Charles Buege, Fuel Editorial Advisory Committee member and Chicago chapter leader, provides an overview of sed and shows examples of how a *nix administrator can utilize it in their daily work.
Charles Buege is the senior DevOps engineer for Temeda, an Industrial IoT company out of Naperville, Illinois. He currently holds a PCNSA certification and is working towards his PCNSE. He also runs an IT-based Meetup group called “The IT Crowd."
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