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Quick way to display the details of a Linux system


This small tool named neofetch brings together a number of command line tools into a single display. Its has all the useful info required and can be installed by

sudo apt-get install neofetch

The only thing missing is info about the hardware controllers especially the network. That needs to be displayed using lspci.

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Ronald works connecting Internet inhabiting things at Fusion Broadband

This article was previously published over on LinkedIn:  Quick way to display the details of a Linux system


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