Modify greeting message in fish

Hi! I just switched from Ubuntu to Garuda and so far I love it!
One thing I'd like to change, however, is the greeting message with the bird and system informations that appear when a new terminal instance is started.
I don't want to suppress it (I like the bird!) but edit it.

However, I'm not able to understand where that message is defined: any help would be appreciated :slight_smile:

You can search in forum for the solution or edit the .bashrc, .zshrc or config.fish
Remove something like neofetch, paleofetch or fastfetch.

Next time post your inxi like in

:slight_smile:

Interesting :-)

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please
and post

inxi -Fxxxza

as text!
Even if you personally think it is unnecessary.
and

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Thank you for the welcome and the help! Indeed changing the config file for neofetch was the answer, all much simpler than I thought :slight_smile:

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