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Source code changes of the file "README" between
linux_logo-5.11.tar.gz and linux_logo-6.0.tar.gz

About: Linux_Logo - an ANSI Color Penguin Logo that can be run at bootup. Also shows some system info.

README  (linux_logo-5.11):README  (linux_logo-6.0)
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Linux Version 5.5.0-1-amd64, Compiled #1 SMP Debian 5.5.13-2 (2020-03-30)
Four 2.7GHz Intel i5 Processors, 3.8GB RAM, 12800 Bogomips Total
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/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*\ /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*\
LINUX_LOGO 5.11 -- Shows a Logo With some System Info - 15 November 2010 LINUX_LOGO 6.0 -- Shows a Logo With some System Info - 9 May 2020
by Vince Weaver ( vince _at_ deater.net, http://www.deater.net/weave ) by Vince Weaver ( vince _at_ deater.net, http://www.deater.net/weave )
SUPPORTS Linux (most architectures) and some non-Linux OSes SUPPORTS Linux (most architectures) and some non-Linux OSes
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HISTORY: HISTORY:
Back in the summer of 1997 there was a recurring topic on the linux-kernel Back in the summer of 1997 there was a recurring topic on the linux-kernel
list about having a "boot-up" penguin on all architectures. There list about having a "boot-up" penguin on all architectures. There
were many arguments back and forth, but eventually the primary consensus were many arguments back and forth, but eventually the primary consensus
was that this would be better done in user-space. [Eventually the fbcon was that this would be better done in user-space. [Eventually the fbcon
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POTENTIAL USES FOR linux_logo POTENTIAL USES FOR linux_logo
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There are so many uses, I split them off into a separate "USAGE" file. There are so many uses, I split them off into a separate "USAGE" file.
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QUICKLY INSTALLING linux_logo QUICKLY INSTALLING linux_logo
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untar and uncompress the file untar and uncompress the file
tar -xzvf linux_logo-5.11.tar.gz tar -xzvf linux_logo-6.0.tar.gz
enter the directory enter the directory
cd linux_logo-5.11 cd linux_logo-6.0
run "configure" run "configure"
./configure ./configure
compile the program compile the program
make make
install (you'll probably want to do this as root) with install (you'll probably want to do this as root) with
make install make install
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