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Need a quick hand with a bash script using sed.
I have a file with the structure:
(including the line breaks)
I want to use sed (and other UNIX utils if necessary) to chop it down to the following:
In other words, I want to keep the word before the first comma, then move the word before the third comma to the next line and delete everything else that was on that line, and apply that to every line. Can someone handy with sed whip up something for me?
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Soup /g/, I have a problem with the X-series. I have an X120e and it's fucking slow. It's fucking slow as fucking fuck. It has 8GB RAM and the stock 7200RPM 320GB HDD, and it's still slow as fuck. Web browsing is a joke, I'm afraid to open a bunch of tabs. It didn't seem that bad until I started getting more used to the 3570k in my recently-built desktop.
So here's the problem: There's no good X-series. I've had T-series my entire life until the X120e, which I bought for the size, but look at the others:
X61 and older: Too old and no trackpad(I use the trackpadand the trackpoint frequently)
X200: Still no trackpad.
X220: Super thick, buttonless trackpad
X230: Thick and expensive as fuck
X130e: Looks like dogshit, i3 versions are rare
Why does a perfect X-series not exist?