Lightweight WEBGUI for configuration - Adjenti

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Lightweight WEBGUI for configuration - Adjenti

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Fast remote access for every occasion
Install once and never google for PuTTY downloads again.


An admin's tool for a more civilized age, providing you with a fast and secure way to manage a remote Linux box at any time using everyday tools like a web terminal, text editor, file manager and others.
  • Access everywhere
    Responsive remote terminal
    Fully extensible with Python and JS

Think light WEBMIN!


http://ajenti.org/
https://github.com/ajenti/ajenti

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To install is very easy, but it takes a bit of time, I believe it runs in a docker and has to compile
On an Orange Pi R1 with 256MB RAM, I had to kick up swap file and make /tmp up to 256MB otherwise the gcc fails

http://docs.ajenti.org/en/latest/man/install.html

I used their automatic script...which installs almost everything (that is probably why it took so long)

However once completed was able to log into the webpage, and watching the htop, processes really never peaked out, and CPU ran in the mid 40's
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Just installed on my Orange Pi PC running my nextcloud server

Runs like a champ!
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Re: Lightweight WEBGUI for configuration - Adjenti

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I know not for arm based products..but the howto on the site works well

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYwygHI0ljk

Would be great for those that know python coding to build plugins for this light webgui for server config/setup/operation
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