linux-dash is a low-overhead monitoring web dashboard for a GNU/Linux machine. It provides a web interface for useful linux server information and statistics. The script displays live statistics of your server, including RAM, CPU, Disk Space, Network Information, Installed Software’s, Running Processes and much more.

With linux-dash on Raspberry Pi you can monitor your Raspberry Pi’s Server Performance in your web browsers

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Pre-requisites

  • Apache, Nginx or Lighttpd Installed
  • PHP and PHP-JSON Installed
  • Unzip for unzipping the packages

Install linux-dash

To install linux-dash run following command:

Then you can access the dashboard at 192.168.x.x/linux-dash-master (for Apache)

For Nginx

To set up Linux-dash on Nginx it need additional set-up, you can follow these steps:

Then add this script for domain_name.conf

domain_name.conf
To complete the steps you need to restart nginx

For Lighttpd

To set up linux-dash on Lighttpd it need additional set-up, you can follow this steps:

Install php5-cgi to enable PHP on Lighttpd

And here’s the command to enable PHP in Lighttpd:
To complete the steps you need to reload and restart Lighttpd

References

  1. Linux-dash on Github by afarqurk 
  2. Solve Lighttpd PHP 403 Forbidden | EL.Web.ID
  3. Image – Source: Pearltrees