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colleagues.

I renamed my username from test to drobazko.
Also I renamed a user folder from /home/test to /home/drobazko. I am developing under Ruby rvm.
And I found out that the /home/test/ path was mentioned in many files.
How Can I replace this line in files correctly.

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You can use the "sed" command to replace all occurrences of "foo" in a file with "bar" using the following syntax:

sed -i 's/foo/bar/g' filename

In your case it would be

sed -i 's/\/home\/test/\/home\/drobazko/g' filename

"filename" here can be a wildcard * or matching certain types of files (eg *.rb)

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