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Fitch

Command line system information display utility for Linux systems built with .NET (F#).

Fitch CLI Tool

NOTE: This application should work on most Linux systems. However, it's only been tested on Arch-based distributions like Manjaro and Debian-based distributions like Ubuntu

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Build from source

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Instructions

  1. Clone fitch repo

  2. Nagivate to the project directory.

    cd fitch
  3. Run the build command using dotnet CLI

    dotnet build
    
  4. Run the publish command using the dotnet CLI

    dotnet publish -c Release
    

    Running this command will generate an executable called fitch in the bin/Release/net7.0/linux-x64/publish directory.

Run application

  1. Copy the executable from the publish directory (bin/Release/net7.0/linux-x64/publish) to the /usr/bin/ directory.

    cp bin/Release/net7.0/linux-x64/publish/fitch /usr/bin/
  2. Run the following command in your terminal

    fitch
  3. (Optional) Add the fitch command to your shell config file to start when your shell starts.

To-Dos

  • Enable customization through config file
  • Publish to NuGet as dotnet global tool

Acknowledgements

This project was inspired by Nitch and Neofetch

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