If you ever get into the situation, you have to quickly collect the most important system information about your Raspberry Pi or another Linux system Neofetch a very helpful tool.
With just one command you can call up the most important system data and have it presented in an attractive way.
Like you Neofetch can use is described in the following article.
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So that you can install new nodes, NodeRed should of course already be installed. How to prepare a RaspberryPi and then install NodeRed on it is described in the following articles.
- RaspberryPi - Setup for Nerdiys!
- RaspberryPi – The first configuration!
- RaspberryPi - Controlling the RaspberryPi via SSH
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Log in to the RaspberryPi via SSH
To start, you must first log in to the Rasp Pi with Putty via SSH. How to do this is in the article RaspberryPi - Control the RaspberryPi via SSH described.
Before you can use Neofetch it has to be installed first.
To install Neofetch you simply have to enter the following command in the console of your Raspberry Pi or Linux system.
sudo apt install neofetch -y
Get system data with Neofetch
After the installation you can then use Neofetch to display the system data.
Simply execute the following command in the console of your Raspberry Pi.
The view shown on the left will then be displayed.
Depending on the Linux distribution, the displayed icon will be adjusted.
On the left the view of the output of Neofetch under a simple Debian distribution.
Retrieve system data compactly with Neofetch
A disadvantage of the stylish display including the icon is that the text cannot be copied and pasted as plain text. This becomes easier if you hide the displayed icon of the Linux distribution.
In order to display the system properties in a simplified way, you have to add a parameter to the command. The following command displays the system properties without an icon.
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