Cockpit is the modern Linux admin interface. We release regularly. This is version Two Hundred, prepared for you live and in person from the Cockpit team sprint in Berlin!
Machines: Type-ahead OS selection
In the VM creation dialog, OS vendor and product dropdowns have been replaced by a singular “Operating System” selector. The new dropdown is keyboard-friendly and supports auto-completion.
Machines: Create LVM storage pools
Storage pools using LVM can be created on the Machines page.
Machines: Create virtual networks
Virtual networks can now be created on the Virtual Machines page. These are used for connecting VMs with each other and/or to the host, or isolating different groups of VMs from each other.
Networking: Show included firewalld services
firewalld 0.7.1 introduces the concept of services that include other services. Cockpit’s Firewall page shows these:
Web server: Split out TLS handling
At the moment,
cockpit-tls does not provide additional features over using
cockpit-ws directly (other than better isolation), but it sets up a basis for future work, such as supporting smart card authentication.
This change is expected to be transparent to users. Please report issues if you encounter any page loading failures, stalls, or similar networking issues!
Try it out
Cockpit 200 is available now: