|From:||WALTHER PLANZO II|
|Subject:||bug#22428: SED 4.2.2 vs SED 4.1.5|
|Date:||Thu, 21 Jan 2016 20:35:18 +0000|
Hello GNU team,
I am facing an interesting situation with SED, could you please provide some insights?
· I have 2 Linux Machines, for instance M1 and M2.
· On M1 I have UBUNTU 14 and on this machine I used PERL v5.18.2 to build a perl script that invokes SED according to the line below (xxxx are credentials only):
o ldapsearch -x -P 3 -p 7323 -h xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx -w xxxxxx -D "administratorName=xxxxx,nodeName=xxxxxx" -b "nodeName=xxxxxxx" -LLL | sed -e :a -e '$!N;s/\\n[ \\t]//;ta' -e 'P;D'> /tmp/conf1.ldif
· In M1 all runs smoothly and perfect
· However, on M2 that runs SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 (x86_64) with perl v5.10.0, when I run the exact same perl script that invokes the exact same line that contains the SED commands above, I get the error below :
o sed: -e _expression_ #2, char 1: unknown command: `B`
· On M1 the SED release is 4.2.2, no issues there. My problem is on M2 with SED release 4.1.5.
I tried to compare both SED releases man pages and I saw only slight differences there, but not a significant one to explain my issue, can you help?
Thanks a lot and Best Regards,
Walther Planzo II
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