Server :: Change A Line In A File And Send To A Remote Machine With Rsync?

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I'm configuring an rsync between 2 machines, A_Server --> B_Server, using the following script:Quote:

#!/bin/bash
#
# Script de backup a trav�s de Rsync desde RMP-1 hasta RMP-2.

[code]....

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I'm configuring an rsync between 2 machines, A_Server --> B_Server, using the following script:

Code:
#!/bin/bash
#
# Script de backup a trav�s de Rsync desde RMP-1 hasta RMP-2.
#

[Code]....

The Rsyn is working OK. What i need is to change one of the lines of the /tmp/prueba.txt before sending it to the remote machine (obviously not changing the file in the local machine), i mean, send prueba.txt to the remote machine deleting one line and adding another one...how can i do this?

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