🖼️ A command-line system information tool written in bash 3.2+ (by dylanaraps)

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Posts where neofetch has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-07-21.
  • I reached a new level of distro hopping with linux bedrock . . .
    Ran neofetch for the Bedrock item in the top left
  • My "minimalist" nature desktop | 2021-07-18
  • okbuddyVT100
    Calm down, u/Bene847 didn't steal any of your memes. And in case you mean me, I've thought I disclosed my source appropriately. Feel free to argue with me over Fair Use, GPL, MIT, or licensing as a whole.
  • A different take at my personal theme, "Fresh Mint": | 2021-07-05
  • Windows 11 looks nice. | 2021-07-04
    It’s actually an image I found from the neofetch github page if you look at the example image in the readme (this page i just scaled it up using AI and filled in the bg to make it the right aspect ratio. Image file here; Sorry I don’t have a better answer for you/the origins of the original image. | 2021-07-04
    The actual command is called "neofetch" you can learn how to install it here the customisation for it is in this folder once you've installed it is here by default:
  • Neofetch is showing old Windows XP logo in Windows 11 | 2021-07-01
    You're probably running an older version of neofetch. They added Win 11 logo 8 days ago.
  • First successful Hackintosh! Got High Sierra running on my main PC, surprisingly easy, especially considering it's an AMD/Nvidia build.
    It's a bash script called neofetch. If you've got Homebrew you can install it with brew install neofetch.
  • If statement stuck on first level | 2021-06-26
    Finally, if you're doing OS detection in bash, have a read of the neofetch bash script:
  • PSA: Neofetch seems to be an abandoned project | 2021-06-11
    He is back! Last commit one hour ago:
  • Give your terminal a makeover | 2021-06-09
    I noticed that some people use neofetch to flash their specs when they open a terminal. It's kind of badge of honour for some Linux enthusiasts.
  • Arch uses apt now, I guess
    git clone && cd neofetch && make install
  • neofetch not recognizing pop_os! for some reason | 2021-05-13
  • A quick comparison of various desktops & window managers | 2021-05-10
    Neofetch uses MemAvailable which is supposedly more accurate.
  • Thank you to the Devs for Rocky! I'm stoked for the future for it!
    There is a pull request already ( )


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dylanaraps/neofetch is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.