jaylinux53 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 17 13:14:55 UTC 2010
On Sat, Jan 16, 2010 at 8:05 PM, Leonard Chatagnier
<lenc5570 at sbcglobal.net>wrote:
> Ray Leventhal wrote:
> > <huge snip>
> >> http://<server_name>/phpsysinfo
> >> Now, If I just knew what server name should be-:o)
> > If I were a betting man, I'd assume that http://localhost/phpsysinfo or
> > http://127.0.0.1/phpsysinfo would work.
> > The server name is usually determined by apache when it starts..if it
> > can't it uses the hostname which should be (if you're using bash as a
> > shell) part of your prompt in the form<user>@<host>:
> > Not sure it will, but I hope this helps a bit.
> > Best,
> > -Ray
> Did anyone get this to work satisfactorily? I didn't. See my reply to
> Ray Levanthal dated
> 01/15/2010 03:29 PM
> on this thread. I still need the debugging help that Ray mentioned.
> Any suggestions appreciated.
> lenc5570 at sbcglobal.net
It is possible to view stand-alone desktop stats through phpsysinfo; see
http://www.cyberciti.biz/files/phpsysinfo/ ... (*that's obviously an
image, not live info of the user's desktop*)
Here's what worked for me (stand-alone desktop PC), with Apache and PHP
- By default, phpsysinfo creates a symlink in /var/www; the source folder is
located at /usr/share/phpsysinfo
- Rename the symlink to <phpsysinfo_> (chmod /var/www to 777 recursively, if
you have to)
- Make a directory <html> in /var/www
- Copy over phpsysinfo from /usr/share to /var/www/html/
- Navigate to http://127.0.0.1/html/phpsysinfo/
- You get your desktop stats after a few seconds [Pict 1]
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