Try "gitg" if you use Gnome.

Also, I have a useful alias in my .gitconfig file. 'git lx'. It will
show the pretty fancy history in terminal
https://github.com/vrybas/dotfiles/blob/master/.gitconfig#L10
maybe it is what you're looking for

2011/3/5 Дмитрий Волочаев <mrblack.pp...@gmail.com>:
>>  ISTR, t's possible to force this via the git config mechanism.
>
> Thank you. I see. And then we should distinguish "mainline" commits by
> the committer name of some special string in Commit Message, right? Is
> there any tool that does this while displaying the version tree, for
> example showing the mainline as a straight line or highlighting it?
>
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