I would like to be able to run sed on a file to replace
all occurances of one string with another but not have the date
of the file changed. I think I can use the touch command somehow
but can't figure it out. I want to run this script on a bunch of
files, actually all the files a directory. Our path to our home
directory has been changed. I would like to do
sed s+home/elmer+home+g *
and have all the dates the same and with the change taken place.
I can't figure this out. I am not a unix programmer so
any help would be appreciated.