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  Install Web-based monitoring tool: Linux-Dash
  Add Date : 2017-08-31      
  Linux-Dash is a low-overhead monitoring dashboard for GNU / Linux machines. You can install try! The Linux Dash interface provides a detailed view of all the critical information for your server, including RAM, disk usage, network, installed software, users, running processes, and more. All the information is divided into several categories, you can jump through the home page toolbar button to any category. Linux Dash is not the most advanced monitoring tool, but it is ideal for users looking for flexible, lightweight, easy-to-deploy applications.

Linux-Dash features

Use a beautiful Web-based dashboard interface to monitor server information
Real-time monitoring of RAM, load, uptime, disk configuration, user and many other system states as per your requirements
Supports Apache2 / niginx + PHP based servers
Rearrange the controls by clicking and dragging
Support for multiple types of linux server
The current list of controls

General Information
Average load
Disk usage
Network speed
online status
Install Linux-Dash on Ubuntu server 14.10

First you need to make sure that you have installed Ubuntu LAMP server 14.10, then you need to install the following packages:

Sudo apt-get install php5-json unzip
After installing the module, you need to enable the module in apache2, so you need to use the following command to restart apache2 server:

Sudo service apache2 restart
Now you need to download the linux-dash installation package and install it:

Wget https://github.com/afaqurk/linux-dash/archive/master.zip
Unzip master.zip
Sudo mv linux-dash-master / / var / www / html / linux-dash-master /
Next you need to use the following command to change the permissions:

Sudo chmod 755 / var / www / html / linux-dash-master /
Now you can access http: // serverip / linux-dash-master /.
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