January 11, 2007 · General, Server · Email This Post

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phpSysInfo is a customizable PHP script that parses various files in /proc and displays them. It will display information about system facts like Uptime, CPU, Memory, SCSI, IDE, PCI, Ethernet, Floppy, and Video. It now has full internationalization support along with customizable templates.

Phpsysinfo Requirements

Web server (apache2) with php4 or later support

Phpsysinfo Supported platforms

Linux 2.2+

FreeBSD 4.x

OpenBSD 2.8+

NetBSD

Darwin/OSX

Apache2 Installation

For installation of apache2 with php4 support check here

Installing phpsysinfo in Ubuntu

sudo apt-get install phpsysinfo

After completion of your installation this program automatically located at apache2 default document root directory i.e /var/www/phpsysinfo/ folder

If you want to access this from your web browser type the following

http://youripaddress/phpsysinfo/

You should see the following screen with all your server details

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6 Comments to “Display Your system Information (Uptime,CPU,Memory,SCSI,IDE,PCI,Ethernet,Floppy,and Video) Using Phpsysinfo”

  1. K says:

    how come when ever i use the web interface i get a download dialog
    127.0.0.1/phpsysinfo and a download dialog appears

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  2. EcKstasy says:

    > K Says:
    > May 5th, 2007 at 3:35 pm
    >
    > how come when ever i use the web interface i get a download dialog
    > 127.0.0.1/phpsysinfo and a download dialog appears
    >

    ^ You need to install php on your webserver.

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  3. Tom Amitai says:

    When I try to load http://localhost/phpsysinfo/ in Firefox 3.0.5, the following appears for a few seconds:
    Loading redirection target
    In approx. 2 seconds the redirection target page should load.
    If it doesn’t please select the link above.

    I am then sent to http://localhost/phpsysinfo/xml.php, which has the following at the top, with a gray background:
    This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below.

    Below that is displayed an xml document that appears to contain my system info, as a “raw” xml file, including the tags, like you would see if you looked at the source of a web page.

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  4. raykdenver says:

    I have XAMPP installed on my Intrepid machine. It look like installing this will install another instance of Apache and PHP. Is it possible to just install the PHP script?

    Thanks!

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  5. Karoon says:

    WOW Thank!!!

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  6. Juan Ortuno says:

    Wow, this is cool!Very, very useful!
    Going to make note of it and install it on my server.
    Also going to look at the code and trim some things out a little.

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