I want to run a shell script while ignoring some of the commands, because they need privileges. Commands like
insmod. So I filter the script with this, and it works (those commands are replaced by
sed -e 's/command1/true/g' -e 's/command2/true/g' -e 's/command3/true/g' ... -e 's/commandN/true/g'
Is there a more concise way of expressing that?
With simple caracters, to change 'a', 'b', and 'm' into an 'x' I could do something like:
sed -e 's/[abm]/x/g'
tr abm x
tr abm '[x*]' POSIX equivalent). But with strings?