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Documentation => Tips and Tricks => Topic started by: saleem on Mon Oct 22 18:04:46 2018

Title: neofetch
Post by: saleem on Mon Oct 22 18:04:46 2018
Hi,
Can we have neofetch binary available on repos please?
Title: Re: neofetch
Post by: fungalnet on Mon Oct 22 20:14:08 2018
Have you tried screenfetch?
Title: Re: neofetch
Post by: Thierry on Tue Oct 23 05:29:05 2018
Please use the bugs.nutyx.org tool (https://bugs.nutyx.org/index.php?project=4&do=index&switch=1)
Title: Re: neofetch
Post by: saleem on Tue Oct 23 13:37:40 2018
Please use the bugs.nutyx.org tool (https://bugs.nutyx.org/index.php?project=4&do=index&switch=1)

Thanks Tnut , I will use that next time and for neofetch I downloaded screenfetch as suggested.

I registered an account but did not receive a code.
Title: Re: neofetch
Post by: saleem on Wed Oct 24 16:09:38 2018
Finally created account in https://bugs.nutyx.org/ but it is all in French , I do not know how to put a request there.
Title: Re: neofetch
Post by: Thierry on Thu Oct 25 12:08:23 2018
Will change the title that are in French and put them in english
Title: Re: neofetch
Post by: saleem on Thu Oct 25 16:10:14 2018
Will change the title that are in French and put them in english

Thanks , It is better now and have placed request for some packages I need.
Title: Re: neofetch
Post by: oyim on Thu Nov 08 07:48:18 2018
Edited to add: Neofetch is now in the repositories! So it can now be installed with...

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sudo cards install neofetch
saleem,

If you don't want to wait on the binary, neofetch can be easily installed on your system.  :)

First, make sure you have the dependencies. Open your terminal, and enter...

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sudo cards install git make
Next, we want to clone neofetch. The following command will clone the "latest bleeding edge version". So, issue the following command in your terminal to clone neofetch...don't use sudo.

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git clone https://github.com/dylanaraps/neofetch
Next, we want to cd into the newly created directory...so enter this in your terminal...

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cd neofetch
Next, enter this in your terminal...

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sudo make install
When it's finished, run this in your terminal...

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neofetch
...and you should have the wonderful NuTyX logo (with information) in your terminal...like this...

(click the picture to enlarge it)

(https://13707080-557519846114226283.preview.editmysite.com/uploads/1/3/7/0/13707080/editor/neofetch.png?1541662990) (https://13707080-557519846114226283.preview.editmysite.com/uploads/1/3/7/0/13707080/neofetch_1_orig.png)

Hope that helped!  :)

Title: Re: neofetch
Post by: oyim on Wed Dec 12 09:16:55 2018
I have edited the opening of my post above after discovering that neofetch is now available in the repositories!  :D

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sudo cards install neofetch
Title: Re: neofetch
Post by: saleem on Fri Dec 28 14:32:05 2018
Please use the bugs.nutyx.org tool (https://bugs.nutyx.org/index.php?project=4&do=index&switch=1)

Thanks Tnut , I will use that next time and for neofetch I downloaded screenfetch as suggested.

I registered an account but did not receive a code.

Tnut I can not login to my account to reply to your post there , by the way Opera browser is working for me now and figlet can be found here

https://github.com/cmatsuoka/figlet
Title: Re: neofetch
Post by: saleem on Thu Jan 17 17:44:06 2019
Edited to add: Neofetch is now in the repositories! So it can now be installed with...

Code: [Select]
sudo cards install neofetch
saleem,

If you don't want to wait on the binary, neofetch can be easily installed on your system.  :)

First, make sure you have the dependencies. Open your terminal, and enter...

Code: [Select]
sudo cards install git make
Next, we want to clone neofetch. The following command will clone the "latest bleeding edge version". So, issue the following command in your terminal to clone neofetch...don't use sudo.

Code: [Select]
git clone https://github.com/dylanaraps/neofetch
Next, we want to cd into the newly created directory...so enter this in your terminal...

Code: [Select]
cd neofetch
Next, enter this in your terminal...

Code: [Select]
sudo make install
When it's finished, run this in your terminal...

Code: [Select]
neofetch
...and you should have the wonderful NuTyX logo (with information) in your terminal...like this...

(click the picture to enlarge it)

(https://13707080-557519846114226283.preview.editmysite.com/uploads/1/3/7/0/13707080/editor/neofetch.png?1541662990) (https://13707080-557519846114226283.preview.editmysite.com/uploads/1/3/7/0/13707080/neofetch_1_orig.png)

Hope that helped!  :)

I followed the same step to install Viewnior but I get following error

saleem [ ~ ]$ git clone https://github.com/hellosiyan/Viewnior.git
Cloning into 'Viewnior'...
remote: Enumerating objects: 16, done.
remote: Counting objects: 100% (16/16), done.
remote: Compressing objects: 100% (16/16), done.
remote: Total 2438 (delta 0), reused 2 (delta 0), pack-reused 2422
Receiving objects: 100% (2438/2438), 5.51 MiB | 584.00 KiB/s, done.
Resolving deltas: 100% (1710/1710), done.
saleem [ ~ ]$ cd viewnior
bash: cd: viewnior: No such file or directory
saleem [ ~ ]$ cd Viewnior
saleem [ ~/Viewnior ]$ sudo make install
make: *** No rule to make target 'install'.  Stop.

does this mean these steps will not work for every package installation?

Title: Re: neofetch
Post by: overlock on Thu Jan 17 18:08:15 2019
The basics for compiling would be ;

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cd /patch/of/program/
make
sudo make install
but for the whole program to be compiled the developer leaves a readme and an install inside the folder at a glance and follow the instructions, as there may be dependencies too, if you do not have them installed it will generate errors as well.

https://www.google.com.br/search?q=como+compilar+programas+no+linux&oq=como+compilar+programas+no+linux&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l2.7999j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
Title: Re: neofetch
Post by: oyim on Thu Jan 17 23:19:13 2019
Indeed, I just looked at the readme file on the github page, and it lists some required dependencies (modules). It also has a link to an installation guide, and the installation steps are different than for neofetch.
Title: Re: neofetch
Post by: overlock on Fri Jan 18 12:51:15 2019
hum, ok if you have any questions or problems just post here we help you.