A simple, low-overhead web dashboard for Linux
Check out what's coming in Linux Dash v2.0: in Fall 2016.
- A beautiful, simple web-based dashboard for monitoring a linux server
- Only ~1MB on disk! (.git removed)
- Live graphs, refresh-able widgets, and a growing # of supported modules
- Drop-in installation for PHP, Node.js, Python, and Go
Step 1: Download Linux Dash
Clone the git repo
git clone https://github.com/afaqurk/linux-dash.git
Or download it here.
Step 2: Secure Linux Dash
Linux Dash does not provide any security or authentication features.
It is strongly recommended that all Linux Dash installations be protected via a security measure of your choice.
Step 3: Start Linux Dash
Linux Dash can be run in: Node.js, PHP, Go, or Python.
* Node.js is the recommended platform since it has native support for websockets and fast I/O.
First, navigate to the
linux-dash folder you downloaded or cloned.
Then, refer to the section for your preferred platform:
Install NPM dependencies
Start Linux Dash
Default port for Linux Dash is 80. You may change this in server/index.js on line 9
- Make sure you have the
- Restart your web server (Apache, nginx, etc.)
Go to the
linux-dash/server folder and run
go run index.go
./python-server.py will run a server on port 80 which is the default. You can change this in python-server.py on line 43
For help with general setup and configuration issues please use the Linux Dash Gitter chat room.
The following distributions are supported:
- Debian 6,7
- Ubuntu 11.04+
- Linux Mint 16+
- CentOS 5, 6