|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Born2beroot 42||90||4 months ago||Shell|
|monitoring.sh script, walk through installation and setting up, evaluation Q&A|
|Memorysurfer||7||8 months ago||1||gpl-2.0||C|
|A (self-hosted) trainer (software / program) to memorize flashcards (question-answer cards) in a webbrowser.|
|Odax||6||6 years ago||Python|
|odax - Odoo Dictionary Attack XMLRPC tool|
|Doer_os||2||4 years ago||1||gpl-3.0||Python|
|Distributable Operating System based on Debian|
|Small Linux Bootloader||1||5 years ago||6||Assembly|
If you make only partition from bonus part.
Developed for Debian so i'm not sure that it will run properly on CentOS distributive. Anyway, PM me on Discord if its working on CentOS or you have a suggestion/issues: MMBHWR#0793
It's highly recommended to know what u use and how&why it works even if i leaved an explanation in commentary. At least, it will be usefull for YOURS and ONLY YOURS defense. Google&man all the commands listed here and read about it's options/parameters/etc. Be intellegent, be adaptive, be SMART. Know the tool you use.
To make this works u need to [$ chmod +x monitoring.sh] (ofc lol). Please note that you should run script as root because journalctl won't work from user without sudo.
First off [$ sudo crontab -e] (yep, you need sudo to make cron runnig script as root.[$ crontab-e] will open another file that will run your script as user). Set nano/vi as your text editor for cron and add next lines in your crontab file:
@reboot /path/to/file/monitoring.sh */10 * * * * /path/to/file/monitoring.sh
Dont forget that you should write FULL PATH TO FILE (no ~/*/etc.) due to cron's pecularity.
Guide how to correctly setup and configure both Debian and software. Including bonus-part partition set up.
Little Q&A from Subject and whattocheck as evaluator.
I think it's done for now. I won't make "full guide with bonus part" just because you can easly find it in another B2BR repo. I highly recommend repeating the installation process several times, if possible, in order to remember and understand everything well. Especially if this is your first time working both Linux and a virtual machine.