As you can see on this screeshot of Mik's Guake he have a statup message of ascii art when he opens it, and that's what I'd like to do, can someone help me?
Open your terminal with CTRL+ALT+T and type as
There type as
then type this command to reload bashrc .
You will what you want.
for example :I made my self.
To extend @snow's answer, put the code below from the very first line of your
The secret to these image like characters is to use an image converter to ascii characters. There are lots of free tools in the wild but i personally use
You can also use this site for generating text to ascii instead of image to ascii.
How do we apply ASCII art into the terminal?
There are numerous ways of generating ASCII art, including specialized software and manual building, but, there are also web-sites that generate ASCII art by simply entering the desired name. first, we need to generate/create the ASCII "code": visit this web-site, type a desired name and copy the "live" generated ASCII result then, create a text file named art and paste into it the above mentioned generated ASCII result copy the art file in your home folder (navigate here by clicking Nautilus sidebar's Home) open the .bashrc file (to make it viewable, press Ctrl+H) and paste on the bottom of the page
The above mentioned site contains hundreds of different fonts for generating ASCII that feature various sizes, 3D-look, etc.
As for images to ascii go to this website
You can add interesting ASCII arts on your terminal without leaving your terminal.
Now cowsay is installed lets have some fun, add following command
If you don't like the cow, there is a mystical zoo within your terminal, type
To bring up list of all the animals in your mystical zoo type
Lets make your animal a little more intelligent by adding
Go to home directory and open
Now save the file and you are done :)
First generate a ascii drawing. I recommend
Copy and paste the drawing in file:
Finally, add at the end of file to read when you open a new bash:
Open another terminal: