>Not using the cross-platform Ricey
>he needs to show other people what distro he is running
>he needs to show other people what hardware he is using
A simple "I'm using ubuntu on a i5 3570k with 8gb ram and a gtx 970" isn't enough?
I bet ur just NOOBUNTU user that doesn't know how his OS EVEN WORKS
>Ricing includes the fucking terminal.
>i change the font and the highlighting of my terminal im pro ricer :))
>implying you dont do it yourself
>implying you suck at changin .Xdefaults
>implying you cant change .dircolors
>implying you cant change shell
Go back to your MemeOS
yeah me too
the tool is pretty shit
also that's not my resolution, it only detects one screen
and it only detects one drive, and that's not even the one Windows is installed on
>Blame Microsoft. It's using native Windows APIs.
But if the tool can't properly display for example core clocks then why bother displaying them at all? Is it different for linux based systems?
I've got my own solution, which doesn't include BSD for no reason.
Screenshot features both examples and filenames (on white background).
Get it via https://shared.wowse.co.uk/sh/<filename.sh>
Operating system Version number dwMajorVersion dwMinorVersion
Windows 10 10.0* 10 0
* For applications that have been manifested for Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. Applications not manifested for Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 will return the Windows 8 OS version value (6.2).
Not only is that not it's intended use
Even if it was, you're still wrong. Unless you mean to imply you've never opened up Computer Properties to see the model name of your mobo or if your RAM is seated correctly
I just wrote my own so I wouldn't need to install Bash.
Github fags often say that supporting software made by awful people gives their ideology credibility
And they're right
Using github is like contributing to chaosesque anthology. You're giving legitimacy and advertising to a commune of crazy fucking faggots that think meritocracy should be killed because women either aren't good at programming or don't want to do all their programming for free.
Speaking of meritocracy, their shit site relies on proprietary JS, has a shit design that doesn't scale to different window sizes, has a shit search function, has shit uptimes, and no mercurial support, just git and some shoddy svn support (shoddy support for a shoddy vcs). Also, it's from the idiots that thought atom was a good idea. Don't go anywhere near it.
>mfw I downloaded and compiled this random software without auditing it on my system with 413 days uptime