I really like the looks of the NextCloud terminal logo as it appears every time I log in from remote. I have two questions:
where do I find the text file containing the (possibly) UTF8 source characters to be displayed on login, within the file system?
as I think, the logo was not created manually but with some tool support: with which application was the NextCloud terminal logo created in the first place, before it was put / exported into the respective text file which is shown each login?
here the image I see within the console:
A quick research shows directly some results for a local Ascii converter. If you are not using Linux, you might use docker or do a research on your own:
Hi @christianlupus ,
thanks for your quick reply.
And sorry for being so unspecific with my question…
Concerning my questions:
I am interested in the particular location of the text file within some installation folder of NCP on my local machine. So I can localize (and maybe change) its content temporarily.
there are loads of different IMAGE-2-ASCII converters out there, yes,
ascii image converter are widely used tools. I am interested in knowing the exact tool, the logo for NCP was made with,
- as it shows specific shading on the edges
- as it does not use “ordinary” characters like “a”, “X” or “#” but
half-blocks for displaying colored graphical representations.
Any hints for either of these questions?
PS: I added the first message within this thread to show what I see on my terminal screen.
Okay, sorry i misinterpreted your question.
I think you are looking for this file.
I have not found any script that generated this file. Sorry maybe someone from the ncp can help you better.