I want to add a config variable to several config files using the sed.
I have the following sed-script "my_sed_script":
So I call the sed like this:
This works fine. So I want to insert this sed-call in a bash script that
finds all necessary config files and appends the variable. But in the bash
script I have have a sed problem with the following call:
The sed says:
sed: -e expression #1, char 4: Extra characters after command.
What is going wrong? I have tried to escape the '\' wihtout success.
Thanks in advance,