Show off your Unix distro with screenFetch
Sometimes you really want to share a screenshot of your Unix/Linux environment and want to include basic system information in it.
Don’t know how people coped before, but recently everyone is using screenFetch tool: you run it in a terminal window to generate your OS distro specific logo using colour ASCII and to show vitals of your particular setup.
Screenshot on this post shows how screenfetch works on the Unix Tutorial Group‘s test VPS server: you can immediately see how much CPU and RAM we have and which Linux and even Linux kernel we’re running.
I think screenFetch is a really cool little script, give it a try: screenFetch git repo (you can also install a package on Ubuntu).