Know your distribution

Do you like to know a lot about your system and your distribution? In Linux, there’s a simple tool called screenfetch it helps you to know details about your distro. Let’s install it:

Open your terminal and add this command:
sudo apt install screenfetch
and it will give you something like that:

screenfetch on debian

screenfetch command on Debian jessie 8 KDE

Awesome, isn’t it? Now try it in your distro and show us the result 🙂
ENJOY 😀 If you have any question or suggestion, leave it in a comment … Goodbye


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