I just found out about a fun little tool named screenfetch.
for f in /usr/share/neofetch/ascii/distro/*; do neofetch --ascii $f; done
Edit: Hmm, it's not showing. Probably can be only seen when logged in to Vivaldi.
Seems to load in the Vivaldi Chromite.
1 Manjaro 3779>2 Mint 2754<3 Ubuntu 1686<4 elementary 1407>5 Debian 1379<6 MX Linux 1129>7 Solus 1099<8 Fedora 922=9 openSUSE 799<10 Antergos 738<
Torvalds looked at himself in the mirror, and he wasn't happy. He realized "it wasn't actually funny or a good sign that I was hoping to just skip the yearly kernel summit entirely, and on the other hand realizing that I really had been ignoring some fairly deep-seated feelings in the community."[...]Torvalds will be back. "This is not some kind of 'I'm burnt out, I need to just go away' break. I'm not feeling like I don't want to continue maintaining Linux. Quite the reverse. I very much *do* want to continue to do this project that I've been working on for almost three decades."
One important thing to note: When Torvalds gave that company his middle finger and a public cursing, the room erupted in laughter and cheers. Bad behavior is much harder to change when you're surrounded by people who encourage it.
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