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need to replace < network> with a "192.168.61.0/24" but i am not able to do it with sed,

tried

 sed -i s/"< network>"/"192.168.61.0/24"/g file.sh

but this is not working,can some one please help me with correct syntax

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Use another separator, i.e #

sed -i s#"< network>"#"192.168.61.0/24"#g file.sh

Or escape /

sed -i s/"< network>"#"192.168.61.0\/24"/g file.sh

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Thanks it worked – kevin Feb 8 '13 at 6:28

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