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Linux Logo - a linuxlogo for MX

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Linux Logo - a linuxlogo for MX


Post by mindUrBus » Sat Jun 30, 2018 6:01 pm

:lion: Linuxlogo is at least for me a must have to see when I login or open a terminal.
:popcorn: Please, excuse me for presenting myself with the arrogance of proposing this ascii-art as the local linuxlogo. :bagoverhead:
But the fact is that, as stated, I needed to have one for myself. :number1:
:happybday: And it is a pleasure to share it with all this proud and productive community!
Feel free to download it and use it if you want/like it.
https://pastebin.com/0RX9iQ75 Nothing special. Just what identifies it as part of the Debian family, and a little of ascii-art work. Then the program adds the system info that you want to show. Note that I had trouble trying to find an ANSI color editor that could let me handle more details. For example: in the ansi version, the data info displays at the right of the picture instead of after it. I might have erased some sort of linefeed. If I solve it, I might publish the corrections. For the ASCII part I use JavE http://www.jave.de/. But for the ANSI, I always try aewan with bad results. Finally, could do something thanks to the old caca library.
I hope you like it. :happy:

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It should look like this (the all text version)...
          s_a%aa,         88888P8888888B8      __  __  __ _
        _ZSr""`  \_       8888b `Y888P d8 /\/\ \ \/ / / /(_)_ __  _   ___  __
       JXX'   _a, M""So_, 888888L `',d888/    \ \  / / / | | '_ \| | | \ \/ /
      J2X`    !X!   XXr!" 8888888+  :888/ /\/\ \/  \/ /__| | | | | |_| |>  <
     ]S2'           {[    8888P   \\  YY\//\/\\/_/\_\____/_|_| |_|\__,_/_/\_\
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     M\   s_s%S2SSXe"
       M {Xr"""
   """!""!'   """!""""

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Re: Linux Logo - a linuxlogo for MX


Post by richb » Sat Jun 30, 2018 6:11 pm

Thank you for the logo.

We would prefer you posted in black normal sized text.
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Re: Linux Logo - a linuxlogo for MX


Post by Eadwine Rose » Sun Jul 01, 2018 2:37 am

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