ShowMeStuff is a dashboard application designed for touchscreens that shows different kinds of information at a glance. For example, ShowMeStuff can track the content of chosen log files, the status of different websites, disk usage and display them on screen in realtime.
You need to have Python and Pip installed in order to run ShowMeStuff. On Debian-based distributions, you can install the required dependencies using the following commands sudo apt-get install python python-pip sudo pip install -r requirements.txt
Configure the application by editing the settings.py file. settings.example.py contains information about the available configuration options and views.
To run the application, simply run the following command: python run.py
You should now be able to use ShowMeStuff by going to the following URL on the web browser of your choice: http://127.0.0.1:5210
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