LFCS: How to use GNU ‘sed’ Command to Create, Edit, and Manipulate files in Linux – Part 1

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Gabriel Cánepa

Gabriel Cánepa is a GNU/Linux sysadmin and web developer from Villa Mercedes, San Luis, Argentina. He works for a worldwide leading consumer product company and takes great pleasure in using FOSS tools to increase productivity in all areas of his daily work.

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29 Responses

  1. PowerInfoSSL says:

    Thank you for Greet work .

  2. Steffen says:

    Hello Gabriel,
    thanks for this article series. Are the lab files available somewhere?


  3. Elyasin says:

    A thank you from my side. I am doing the LFCS course and preparing the certification next year.
    The tutorial is a good complement.

    • @Elyasin,
      I am glad to hear that this series is a good complement to prepare for the certification. Did you already take the exam? If so, would you be as kind as to share your experience with us?

  4. Aly says:

    Thanks for this great job!!
    I only used this material to prepare the LFCS exam and it helped me a lot. Exam passed!!

    Only is missing the LVM section which I learned from the Ubuntu page. But I will definitely recommend this training series!

    Thanks again.

    • @Aly,
      I am so glad to hear that you used the LFCS series to prepare for the exam. Yes, LVM is not included because when I first wrote the series that topic was not in the domain and competencies required for the exam. Eventually, LVM replaced RAID so when I review these articles here soon I’ll make sure to make the change.
      Please help us by spreading the word. That is the best thank you! you can give us :).

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