Because the alternatives already exist to monitor disliked Raspi, Xavier Berger decided to create his own solution.
RPI-Monitor separates the extraction of information from the presentation layer for security reasons, which is appreciated.
The worst thing is that it does not contain any login system so if you have your server exposed to internet, be careful.
1.3 has these features:
Bugs fix related to dependencies of package v1.2.
Added package status improvement.
Improve embedded server to work with a secure reverse proxy.
Add governor info in CPU status
In this new version 1.2 we have the following improvements:
*Bugs fix related to uptime.
*Adding preload spinner for statistics.
*Added package status into status page.
*Prepare embedded server to work with a secure reverse proxy.
*Remove SSL embedded capability (which is not working in RPi) to reduce dependencies.
Download it from the official repository in Github:
sudo wget http://goo.gl/gURYG -O rpimonitor1.2-1all.deb
Install the dependencies by executing the following command:
sudo apt-get install librrds-perl libhttp-daemon-perl
Installation or upgrade can be done with the command:
sudo dpkg -i rpimonitor1.2-1all.deb
The first thing we do is restart the monitoring process with:sudo service rpimonitor restart
To access it, so just enter your browser to the following address: http://IP:8888/ where IP is the IP of your Raspberry Pi.
More information: RPI-Monitor