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The universal Bash screenshot information utility for both Linux and BSD distros




screenFetch is an open source command-line utility, a Bash script that can display the system and theme information in CLI screenshots. It provides information about the currently used kernel version, the number of packages installed, monitor resolution, desktop environment, GTK+ theme, CPU, RAM, uptime, and GPU.

screenFetch supports the following Linux operating systems: Arch Linux (supports both old and current logos), Linux Mint, LMDE (Linux Mint Debian Edition), Ubuntu, Debian, Gentoo, Fedora, SolusOS, OpenMandriva, Crunchbang, Slackware, Frugalware, openSUSE, Mageia, Peppermint, ParabolaGNU, LinuxDeepin, Viperr, and Chakra.

It also supports the FreeBSD and OpenBSD distributions. Among the supported desktop environments, we can mention GNOME, KDE, Xfce, and LXDE.

screenFetch also supports the following window managers: KWin, OpenBox, FluxBox, BlackBox, Xfwm4, Metacity, PekWM, StumpWM, IceWM, FVWM, DWM, Awesome, Musca, i3, WindowMaker, XMonad, Ratpoison, wmii, ScrotWM, WMFS, SpectrWM, subtle, Emerald, E17 and Beryl.
Last updated on November 17th, 2013
screenFetch - The screenFetch utility in action on the Arch Linux operating systemscreenFetch - The help message of the screenFetch command-line utilityscreenFetch - The usage message of the screenFetch command-line utility, as viewed from the Linux Terminal

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