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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

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

grep all .js urls from text file

There is a File a.txt I want to grep all .js extension URLs so I tried this but it not showing https://site.tld/b.js?query=1 And when I tried this, It also select js name from anywhere Thanks in advance Answer Just escape the . with a

How to adapt to Linux terminal back color in .NET 5/6?

We have a .NET 5 console application that runs on Windows/Linux/Mac. Our console application relies on the classic fore color scheme to highlight info/warning/error in console with fore colors gray/yellow/red. However we cannot gather the terminal back color as explained in Console.BackgroundColor documentation: Unix systems don’t provide any general mechanism to fetch the current console colors. Because of that, BackgroundColor

Ctrl+backtick not working in Linux based terminals [closed]

Closed. This question does not meet Stack Overflow guidelines. It is not currently accepting answers. We don’t allow questions about general computing hardware and software on Stack Overflow. You can edit the question so it’s on-topic for Stack Overflow. Closed 9 months ago. Improve this question The keyboard shortcut Ctrl+` (Ctrl+backtick) doesn’t work in Linux based terminals like urxvt, gnome-terminal,

Python: Run command for another software in terminal

I am using a software that my lab has developed, lets call it cool_software. When I type cool_software on terminal, basically I get a new prompt cool_software > and I can imput commands to this software from the terminal. Now I would like to automate this in Python, however I am not sure how to pass the cool_software commands onto

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