Screenfetch, a fancy system information on Terminal-How to install it on Fedora 22

May 28, 2015 | By | Reply More

Screenfetch is a small script that will display your system information on Terminal. But don’t think about a dull Terminal text with many information printed on a plain text. Screenfetch will show your system information in a nice way. Ever see something like this one below?

screenfetch

On this tutorial, we will going to create that one. All we need is Screenfetch. On this tutorial I want to show you how to install Screenfetch on Fedora 22.

To install Screenfetch on Fedora 22, follow these steps

A. Open Terminal and download Screenfetch from GitHub

wget https://github.com/KittyKatt/screenFetch/archive/master.zip

B. Unzip

unzip master.zip

It will produce a new folder called screenFetch-master

C. Move screenFetch-master/screenfetch-dev

mv screenFetch-master/screenfetch-dev /usr/bin

D. cd to /usr/bin

cd /usr/bin
mv screenfetch-dev screenfetch
chmod 755 screenfetch

Now run screenfetch

screenfetch

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