If you want the Tux instead of the manjaro icon then its very easy just open up the termianl and issue:-
screenfetch -A penguin
But since we don not want to issue the command every time we open up the terminal so we need to add it to the .bashrc (it is located in your home directory).
This will give Tux but with yellow text, in case if you want green text with penguin then there is some more work to be done, you can follow the steps below:-
- open /usr/bin/screenfetch as root.
- then at the line no. 4151(on my system) you will find the word "Manjaro" change that to "Penguin".
- Save the file. All Done!
Note:- please note that once you had made changes to the file(/usr/bin/screenfetch) according to the steps above then you just need to add the word 'screenfetch' to the .bashrc.
Hope this helped you.