This is very easy to install phpsysinfo on Debian 6.0.5 Squeeze since it already available from Debian repositories. The phpsysinfo is a php application that offers system information accessed through the web browser. This is a customizable PHP script to help you displaying any information regarding your server/system such as uptime, CPU, Memory, SCSI, IDE, PCI, Ethernet, Floppy, and Video information, and many more since it fully customize depend on your ability of your system including the motherboard.
To install phpsysinfo on debian 6.0.5 Squeeze just type ‘apt-get install phpsysinfo’ -without quote as the Debian way because phpsysinfo is debian package. The phphsysinfo is already install and must respond to http://your-server-ip/phpsysinfo but is not.
The phpsysinfo needs webserver that’s mean your apache2 must install already and UP. If your webserver has been running well, you can jump to below tips to find why phpsysinfo unable to acess through your webserver. The phpsysinfo as default did not added to apache2 webserver configuration, you need to put manually the phpsysinfo.conf file to your apache2 configuration.
Please follow instructions below to bring your phpsysinfo UP;
# nano /etc/apache2/conf.d/phpsysinfo.conf
Alias /phpsysinfo /usr/share/phpsysinfo
Deny from all
Allow from all
Than restart your webserver
# service apache2 restart
now you can access your phpsysinfo on your webserver to give you system information. You can customize information on phpsysinfo such as hddtemp, cpu temp, voltage information and many more by installing lmsensors debian package or other plugins.
Please visit the PhpSysInfo and the project page for more information and new features added to the latest version. You can check also the demo page to know what exactly phpsysinfo provide when you install Phpsysinfo on Debian 6.0.5 squeeze.