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Yeah, learned something new today.
 


For reasons entirely unknown to me, this is consistently the most popular article (overall) on my site:


It ranks well at Google and I really don't know why.
 
You might also be interested in RAMfetch and CPUfetch, by the way.
 
For reasons entirely unknown to me, this is consistently the most popular article (overall) on my site:


It ranks well at Google and I really don't know why.
Great article on the two utilities. I ran screenfetch and do see minor differences.
 
I'll check them out, thanks

At the linked site, there are articles covering both - but you also have search engines that'll work just fine.
 
You might also be interested in RAMfetch and CPUfetch, by the way.

neofetch has been around for a long time but if I run the above commands...I get..command not found.
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I run...
Code:
sudo inxi -Fxxxdfilmopruwt cm
Which covers everything.
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I get..command not found.

They're not installed by default. In some distros, Neofetch is installed by default, though that's a relatively new thing.
 
I had to manually install it in Mint 21.1. Same with CPUfetch.

I should have been more clear. Neofetch is sometimes installed by default. It is otherwise trivial to install.

There's also a reference to inxi above. The developer of inxi sometimes stops by with a request for beta testing, but I haven't seen them in a bit. I hope they're doing well, as inxi is a lovely tool that is used almost daily on this site.
 

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