Install Linux-Dash (Web Based Monitoring tool) on Ubntu 14.10

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A low-overhead monitoring web dashboard for a GNU/Linux machine. Simply drop-in the app and go!.Linux Dash's interface provides a detailed overview of all vital aspects of your server, including RAM and disk usage, network, installed software, users, and running processes. All information is organized into sections, and you can jump to a specific section using the buttons in the main toolbar. Linux Dash is not the most advanced monitoring tool out there, but it might be a good fit for users looking for a slick, lightweight, and easy to deploy application.

Linux-Dash Features

A beautiful web-based dashboard for monitoring server info
Live, on-demand monitoring of RAM, Load, Uptime, Disk Allocation, Users and many more system stats
Drop-in install for servers with Apache2/nginx + PHP
Click and drag to re-arrange widgets
Support for wide range of linux server flavors

List of Current Widgets

General info
Load Average
RAM
Disk Usage
Users
Software
IP
Internet Speed
Online
Processes
Logs

Install Linux-dash on ubuntu server 14.10

First you need to make sure you have Ubuntu LAMP server 14.10 installed and Now you have to install the following package

sudo apt-get install php5-json unzip

After the installation this module will enable for apache2 so you need to restart the apache2 server using the following command

sudo service apache2 restart

Now you need to download the linux-dash package and install

wget https://github.com/afaqurk/linux-dash/archive/master.zip

unzip master.zip

sudo mv linux-dash-master/ /var/www/html/linux-dash-master/

Now you need to change the permissions using the following command

sudo chmod 755 /var/www/html/linux-dash-master/

Now you need to go to http://serverip/linux-dash-master/ you should see similar to the following output

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3 thoughts on “Install Linux-Dash (Web Based Monitoring tool) on Ubntu 14.10

  1. 1) You changed the path in the middle of your instructions. You probably want to correct that.

    2) After installing this I noticed it was google-chrome that was using close to 3GBs and 95% of my CPU. It really looks like Chrome is the new IE. Nothing a pkill -9 chrome couldn’t fix.

    3) Thank you for the post.

  2. In Network section the external address IP is not correct, there is an addition of “zero” like 184.1510.310.13 for example. :S

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