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Cockpit 211

  • Better support for various TLS certificate formats
  • Switch from Zanata to Weblate
  • Overview layout optimizations
  • Source
  • Fedora 30
  • Fedora 31

Cockpit 210 and Cockpit-podman 12

  • Overview: Add CPU utilization to usage card
  • Dashboard: Support SSH identity unlocking when adding new machines
  • SElinux: Introduce an Ansible automation script
  • Machines: Support “bridge” type network interfaces
  • Machines: Support bus type disk configuration
  • Podman: Configure CPU share for system containers
  • Source
  • Fedora 30
  • Fedora 31

Cockpit 209

  • A new design for the Overview page
  • Session timeouts
  • Support for banners on the login page
  • Support for TLS client certificate authentication
  • Support for Fedora CoreOS
  • List cockpit logins in wtmp/utmp
  • Dropped support for the pam_rhost module

Cockpit 208

  • Storage: Drop “default mount point” concept
  • Machines: Support transient virtual networks and storage pools
  • Machines: Sliders for disk size and memory in VM creation
  • Logs: Improve crash reporting

Cockpit 207

  • Web server: Accept EC certificates
  • Storage: List all software devices in a single panel
  • Redesigned notifications

Cockpit 205

  • Firewall: UI restructuring
  • Machines: Refactor Create VM dialog and introduce a download option
  • Adjust menu to PatternFly’s current navigation design
  • Searching with keywords
  • Software Updates: Use notifications for available updates info
  • Web server security hardening

Cockpit 202

  • Machines: Creation of Storage Volumes
  • Improved component for selecting paths on the filesystem

Cockpit 201

  • Machines: VM creation changes
  • Machines: Enable interface type “direct” in NIC configuration
  • systemd: Add more actions to services

Cockpit 200

  • Machines: Type-ahead OS selection
  • Machines: Create LVM storage pools
  • Machines: Create virtual networks
  • Networking: Show included firewalld services
  • Web server: Split out TLS handling