Fastfetch

Just found this while browsing around, looks promising for those that like a good fetch util.

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Nice find. Thanks for share.

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Much appreciate for this share. Thanks @natemaia .

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Darn, another one, I think I have 6 or 7 already installed on my system.

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LOL, why so many?

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Interesting:

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There’s very few supported distro logos, perhaps I’ll submit a PR for AL. With a default Arch /etc/os-release I get

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I think its called addiction , neofetch, screenfetch, pfetch, ufetch, cpufetch, uwufetch, nerdfetch, novafetch and now fastfetch. So its not 6 or 7, its 9 now :grin:
I’m also addicted to updates, I still do it 2-3 times a day.

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Seems more like insanity XD

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I tried sane, I get bored fast. :crazy_face:

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Hahaha, too true

That is soooo wild!
What wold be perfect here, is if the system name was like Riddler

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I don’t really care for the logo’s honestly, I just want the info and data. But it is kinda cool, like it can confuse all those unixporn heads lulz.

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It’s not an addiction, it’s a fetch-ish. Of course I’m no doctor, Dr.

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Especially if you’re around a bunch of insane people. Like Reddit.

Indeed it seems to provide some more info. Thanks for sharing!

Just saw the resolution you’re using, what display you have to go with that? Also, how come that it shows noice as your terminal?

It’s this samsung monitor, had it for a while and it’s not bad for a readily available monitor.

Because I’m in a subshell and it doesn’t do any backtracking to try finding the terminal and just uses the parent process (which in my case can be multiple subshells deep), it seems like it’s still in development so might be an easy fix.

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Aren’t we all?

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@natemaia , thanks for the share. I just use neofetch. That is more than enough for me.

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Of course it is, it’s over 10K lines of bash. Should be enough for anyone really :smiley:

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