Yesterday an important security update was released for Drupal. This update, Drupal 7.32 is a highly critical update for everyone running a Drupal 7 site.
You may have seen a tweet where I posted the following suggestion which works on OS X:
sudo find . -name database.inc | grep "/includes/database/database.inc" | xargs sed -i '' 's/$data /array_values($data) /'
On linux the arguments for 'sed -i' work a little differently and this works better:
sudo find . -name database.inc | grep "/includes/database/database.inc" | xargs sed -i 's/$data /array_values($data) /'
Twitter might be good for getting the message out but it doesn't provide the space to explain. Why would one use this? Wouldn't it be better to just upgrade to Drupal 7.32? Read more about A one-liner for Drupal 7.32 security update