UwUfetch 1.0 Is Released

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UwUfetch is a simple tool similar to Screenfetch and Neofetch that gathers and displays some basic system information. The initial public version can show you your systems "OWOS", kernel, "CPUWU", "WAM" and, most importantly, "UWUPTIME".

written by 윤채경 (Yoon Chae-kyung)  2021-03-13 - last edited 2021-03-13. © CC BY

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UwUfetch 1.0.

Developer "TheDarkBug" and nine other contributors have worked hard to bring you the first release of the terminal-based system information utility UwUfetch.

UwUfetch will show you your systems "OWOS", KERNEL, "CPUWU", "WAM", SHELL, PKGS and "UWUPTIME" next to some ASCII art that may or may not reflect your distribution in a terminal. That's what it does and that is all it does.

UwUfetch is written in pure C. It comes with a Makefile that makes make try to sudo cp uwufetch /usr/bin/uwufetch after compilation for some reason. That would normally be reserved for make install, we can only speculate as to the reasoning for that and making UwUfetch in the first place. The Makefile includes nothing about permissions, so you might end with a /usr/bin/uwufetch only root can abuse depending on how you have set your users UMASK.

You can acquire the source code and a .deb package from github.com/TheDarkBug/uwufetch/releases/tag/1.0. You will probably have to if you want it, there's little to no chance of major distributions including it in their repositories.

5.00
(one vote)


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Chaekyung

5 months ago
Score 1++
My terminal has a transparent background. It shows whatever happens to be behind it at the time.
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Anonymous (0ac68378)

5 months ago
Score 29++
The future of the Linux Desktop
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Anonymous (0ac68378)

5 months ago
Score 8++
The future of the Linux Desktop
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