Cockpit is the modern Linux admin interface. We release regularly. Here are the release notes from version 155.
NFS client support
The Storage page now shows currently mounted NFS volumes and offers to
mount/unmount them. Note that this does not yet support Kerberos
authentication; for now this relies on the classic
See it in action:
Add “Maintenance” switch for oVirt hosts
Switching a host to maintenance mode causes all VMs to be migrated to another running oVirt host.
Fix Terminal rendering issues in Chrome
Console programs like Midnight Commander which use graphical characters were previously distorted in the Terminal in the Chrome Browser.
Improve Ctrl+W behaviour in the Terminal
Ctrl+W is commonly being used in a Terminal shell to delete the last word, but in web browsers it closes the current window or tab. Cockpit now causes a confirmation dialog to pop up on Ctrl+W when the Terminal is focussed to avoid accidental closing.
Support the upcoming OpenShift 3.7 release
When available, use the
rbac.authorization API instead of the
API for determining project permissions. OpenShift 3.7 now properly supports
the former and stops supporting the latter. Cockpit remains compatible with
older OpenShift releases.
Try it out
Cockpit 155 is available now: