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8 Responses

  1. Steven says:

    On Linux Mint 17.3 only need to change this command:

    # cp -fr vnstat_php_frontend-1.5.1/ /var/www/vnstat


    $ sudo cp -fr vnstat_php_frontend-1.5.1/ /var/www/html/vnstat

  2. michael says:

    i am new to linux i am running linux mint 17.3 i can run vnstat in the terminal and it tells me data usage but i cant get the web browser to work i want to know how much data i am using

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Have you installed Apache with all required modules? have you added correct settings about your interfaces in vnstat config.php file? have you opened port 80 on the firewall to access to the vnstat over web? please check these things again and let me know what error you still getting on vnstat web?

  3. Chad says:

    Works great thanks for the tutorial :D

  4. Stephen says:

    There is a spelling mistake in your code.

    $ sudo apt-get insatll vnstat

    Should be

    $ sudo apt-get install vnstat

  5. fianbiasa says:

    i love your tutorial, thank you for Posting…
    i’ll follow ;)

  6. Sandeep says:

    Pretty good article.


    Just want to know when eth0 database is created, which type of database it is & if we want to open in another application how can we use it ?

    Thanks in advance



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