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alsi

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alsi is a system information tool, designed for Arch Linux, related to archey and screenfetch, but more configurable.

All the configuration files are in: ~/.config/alsi

For example, to configure it for Gentoo, get the gentoo logo and put it in alsi.logo file, change something in alsi.output and alsi.conf files (if necessary) and then execute: alsi -f -l -c1=blue -c2=purple

Result:


1. Changing alsi.output:

my$b="\b\b\b\b";[{HARDCODED=>"\b\e[1;37m\e[41mTHIS IS ALSI\e[0m"},{OS=>$b.'%13sOS:%s %s'},# Operating system{HOSTNAME=>$b.'%4sHostname:%s %s'},# Hostname{UPTIME=>$b.'%9sUptime:%s %s'},# Uptime{KERNEL=>$b.'%9sKernel:%s %s'},# Kernel version{SHELL=>$b.'%10sShell:%s %s'},# Shell{PACKAGES=>$b.'%sPackages:%s %s'},# Number of installed packages{WM_DE=>$b."%13s%s:%s %s"},# WM or DE{GTK2_THEME=>$b.'%10sTheme:%s %s'},# Gtk2 theme{GTK2_ICON_THEME=>