In my free time, I’ve been writing a new application called ‘XO-Monitor’.

The idea of this application is to watch a XO through the network from a normal PC or Laptop, something similar to the old-developer console but using a GUI + SSH + FUSE, it’s still in an alpha stage, at the moment it can:

  • Get XO basic information as: build, kernel, firmware, model, serial number, etc
  • Trace system CPU usage
  • Log viewer
  • Simple network stats
  • List XOs in the local network (using Avahi)

There’s a long TODO list, and many bugs to fix, if you want to contribute … you’re welcome. The first snapshot can be found here:


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