A "Bash Screenshot Information Tool"
3.8.0 / March 10, 2017
|Operating system||Linux, FreeBSD, Windows, macOS|
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Screenfetch is a Bash script available for Linux that displays system information alongside the ASCII version of the Linux distribution Logo of the system. As described in its manual page it is mostly used to generate screenshots to share on social media or image hosting websites. The software supports many GNU and Linux distributions such as Arch Linux, Fedora, Ubuntu and Slackware, and also some of the BSD distributions as well. Apart from displaying data about operating system, it also shows information about the system's desktop manager and window manager, supporting most of the major desktop and window managers such as GNOME, KDE, XMonad, and i3.
- "Releases - KittyKatt/screenFetch". Retrieved 25 March 2017 – via GitHub.
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