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How does the neofetch ascii logo determine which color to use?

I am making custom ascii text-images for a cli app, and was curious how these custom colors are designed. Any ideas? Thank you, Answer If you look at neofetch script on it github page, and search for any distro to see the ascii logo, you will see some codes between some letters, this codes are interpreted by the terminal as

awk the previous and current line only if equal to string

I have the following lines in a file I want to get the previous and current line, only if it start with albi. Means, output should look like: I tried the below, but looks I’m missing something: Answer Assuming you do need to test “shush” as in your script, all you were doing wrong is trying to reference an awk

Linux rename s/ – regex for wildcard single characte r

I have found a simple solution to my actual requirement, but I would still like to understand how to use the regex equivalent of the single character wildcard ? which we use for filtering … in say ls I would like to rename a group of files which differ by one character. FROM TO As I said above, my simple

Futex and pthreads issue

I’m testing futexes with pthreads. I’ve written following program: And sometimes it returns 0 as a sum which is proper value but sometimes the returned value of sum is different than 0. My question is why the returned values of “sum” are different than 0? I suspect that there is something wrong with locking but for the moment I cannot

Writing a small file blocks for 20 ms

I discovered that on my Ubuntu 22 server, attempting to write to a file, often induces around 20ms delay, even when only writing a few bytes. Here is some basic code that demonstrates the problem: And here is the output: It seems more likely to happen if there is a bit of delay between attempts, and also more likely to

Docker run with arguments from a configuration file

I’ve built a docker image in order to publish a jupyter notebook to my team. The jupyter notebook runs inside a docker container by running a docker run command containing numerous arguments (such as mounts and environment variables for AWS credentials). The current instructions I published for running the docker require you to copy and paste the entire docker run

Like nvidia-smi, can nvidia-occupancy(cuda occupancy) also collect values in real time?

I already collect timestream data once every 10 seconds using nvidia-smi. nvidia-occupancy would also like to collect data in this way. Is there any way to save nvidia-occupancy timeseries data using linux terminal? Currently, the values that can be easily obtained were only the maximum values. Answer Currently, there isn’t any tool to collect occupancy information the way nvidia-smi collects