I need some help with SED. I'm trying to insert a "command"/text at the
beginning of every line from one file and output to a new file like this:
sed 's/.*/clamscan -ri -l /var/log/clamav/clamav-"$1".log
--move=/var/log/clamav/quarantine &/ /var/log/clamav/diff/diff.txt >
but sed givs me this error:
sed: -e expression #1, char 23: Unknown option to 's'
I have also tried to use the insert command i\ but it just inserts the
text on a new line above each of the lines read from the file instead of
just inserting the text at the beginning of each of the lines red from
Can someone help me with this?