If you are looking for a great way to track traffic on your site without using third party analytics solutions Open Web Analytics is the way to go.

Open Web Analytics is software framework developed by Peter Adams and OWA is licensed under GPLv2. The software is run directly on your server meaning no one else is seeing or recording your traffic stats. OWA is freely available for download. However as always if you find a software that is useful to your projects you should always make a contribution to the project by donating or sharing with other who can also benefit from the project. 

To use OWA you just need to install the framework on your server which is actually very simple. The installation is very similar to WordPress or Joomla. Actually for WP it's as simple as uploading the tar file to the WP plugins directory and un taring it then creating a DB for OWA in your PHP my admin console and running the basic setup.


You can get Open Web Analytics here

List of commands to view Disk partitions and or Disk space 

df -h
fdisk -l
sfdisk -l -uM
cfdisk /dev/sdb
parted -l

Build configuration.xml

setup /download configuration.xml (to download files only need to be done once)
setup /configure configuration.xml (to install Office needs to be done on PC locally)


To print out a configuration page from the 1320, hold down the Go (green) and Stop (red) buttons together for five seconds, until the green and orange lights start flashing, then let go.

  1. Change directory to the Office1x folder at the following location by typing the following command, and hit Enter:
    64-bit (x64)
    cd \Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14

    cd \Program Files(x86)\Microsoft Office\Office14
  2. Then, type the following command, and hit Enter to execute: cscript ospp.vbs /dstatus