Using a shell like bash or zshell, how can I do a recursive 'find and replace'? In other words, I want to replace every occurrence of '/path/to/folder' with '/other/dir' in all files in this directory and its subdirectories.
This is essentially the same question as the original from this name but what I need to know is what happens if the text you want to replace has slashes in it like the above examples? Can I just paste my code in the find/replace spot into the args? Or do I have to do something else???
All of this will be done over ssh to Ubuntu server.