Install cpufetch on Raspberry Pi

The cpufetch is a command line tool which shows CPU information such as processor name, microarchitecture, number of cores, etc. This tool is written in C programming language and supports various operating systems.

This tutorial explains how to install cpufetch on Raspberry Pi.

Install cpufetch

Use SSH to connect to Raspberry Pi. Download cpufetch binary from the releases page in GitHub repository:

sudo wget -O /usr/local/bin/cpufetch https://github.com/Dr-Noob/cpufetch/releases/latest/download/cpufetch_arm_linux

Next, set execute permission:

sudo chmod a+x /usr/local/bin/cpufetch

Now cpufetch command will be available for all users as a system-wide command.

We can check version of cpufetch as follows:

cpufetch --version

Testing cpufetch

Run cpufetch command without any arguments:

cpufetch

Command will output information about CPU.

Display CPU information using cpufetch on Raspberry Pi

Uninstall cpufetch

If you wish to remove cpufetch, delete related file:

sudo rm -rf /usr/local/bin/cpufetch

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