Posts with the tag system monitoring
A (reverse) SSH tunnel can help you being reachable from outside a NATed network or behind a firewall.
Keeping the tunnel open when your IP address changes or Internet connection is shaky can be taken care of by
autossh. See below for the instructions.
On Ubuntu / Debian:
sudo apt-get update...
Setting it up
sudo aptitude install monit
Enable it by setting
startup=1 in the config file
You have to edit the file
Here's a small example:
## Monit settings set daemon 120 set logfile syslog facility log_daemon ...
Conky is a graphical tool that allows you to monitor your system resources on a Linux desktop computer. See the screenshots to get an idea how it looks like.
The latest Conky version can be found in a Git repo:
git clone git://git.omp.am/conky.git