Another CLI Command providing complete info for any Linux

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dba477

Jul 17, 2021
8:29 AM EST
$ sudo apt (dnf) install neofetch  (Debian/Ubuntu/Fedora)

$ neofetch

[boris@fedora33server ~]$ neofetch

/:-------------: boris@fedora33server.localdomain :-------------------:: --------------------------------

:-----------/shhOHbmp---: OS: Fedora 34 (Server Edition) x86_64

/-----------omMMMNNNMMD ---: Kernel: 5.13.2-300.fc34.x86_64

:-----------sMMMMNMNMP. ---: Uptime: 9 hours, 10 mins

:-----------:MMMdP------- --- Packages: 2156 (rpm)

,------------:MMMd-------- ---: Shell: bash 5.1.0 :------------:MMMd------- .---: Resolution: 1280x1024

:---- oNMMMMMMMMMNho .----: DE: Deepin 20 :-- .+shhhMMMmhhy++ .------/ WM: KWin :- -------:MMMd--------------: Theme: deepin [GTK2/3] :- --------/MMMd-------------; Icons: bloom [GTK2/3] :- ------/hMMMy------------: Terminal: deepin-terminal :-- :dMNdhhdNMMNo------------; Terminal Font: Noto Sans Mono Condensed SemiBold :---:sdNMMMMNds:------------: CPU: Intel i7-4790 (8) @ 4.000GHz

:------:://:-------------:: GPU: AMD ATI Radeon HD 6450/7450/8450 / R5 230 OEM

:---------------------:// Memory: 2258MiB / 32038MiB

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