ScreenFetch is a System Information Tool designed primarily for Bash Shell but function with other shell environment as well. The tool is smart enough to auto-detect the Linux distribution you are using and generate the ASCII logo of the distribution with certain valuable information to the right of logo.
How to Install
sudo apt-get install screenfetch
How to run screenfetch
Use screenfetch at User Login. Add the line below, as it is to the end of ~/.bashrc file.
# nano ~/.bashrc
if [ -f /usr/bin/screenfetch ]; then screenfetch; fi
Logout and Login again to see:
For RHEL, add the EPEL repository as follows:
dnf install https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/epel-release-latest-8.noarch.rpm
Once EPEL is installed, install Neofetch as follows:
$ sudo dnf install neofetch
To start Neofetch, simply run the following command to display the operating system and system details.