Post Your "About This Linux" Screenshots...

Discussion in 'Windows, Linux & Others on the Mac' started by SandboxGeneral, Jul 28, 2019.

  1. SandboxGeneral Moderator emeritus

    SandboxGeneral

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    I'm curious how many MacRumors members are using Linux as their daily drivers, or backup drivers.

    Maybe you have it running natively on a Mac or a PC, or even in a virtual machine.

    Here is my main PC's "About" screenshot.

    about.png

    If you aren't sure how to get this information on your Linux machine, search your distro's repository for 'neofetch'. It's probably in every major repo.

    This is running natively on an Alienware X51 R3 PC with MX Linux and the i3 Window Manager.
     
  2. MacDawg macrumors Core

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    One of my VMs, an Ubuntu Server running PHPServerMonitor
    It runs through with a VPN to my work network and monitors all my remote devices (around 200)

    neofetch.png
     
  3. alex cochez macrumors newbie

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  4. SandboxGeneral thread starter Moderator emeritus

    SandboxGeneral

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    Just finished standing up a new Debian server on my Mac mini. I'm going to use it as a wiki server at home.

    Screenshot-1.png
     
  5. SandboxGeneral thread starter Moderator emeritus

    SandboxGeneral

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    Screenshot-1.png

    I decided to turn the Mac mini into a Pi-hole, replacing the Raspberry Pi I've been using. It also serves as my DHCP server as well.
     

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