Cockpit is the modern Linux admin interface. We release regularly.
Here are the release notes from Cockpit 251 and cockpit-machines 250:
Certificate and smart card authentication for ssh and sudo
Once you’ve logged into Cockpit with a client certificate, you’ll likely need to switch to administative mode, or connect to remote machines through SSH. If your machine is part of a FreeIPA domain, you can now set up constrained delegation rules so that the Cockpit certificate authentication gets forwarded to sudo and/or ssh. This is particularly useful if your user account does not have a password. Please see the Client certification documentation for details.
Logs: Easier-to-use filtering
The Logs page has friendlier filtering options. In previous versions, users had to know esoteric journald keywords to effectively find desired journal messages. The new version contains a dropdown with all possible fields, along with inline help.
Machines: Shared directory removal
Cockpit Machines can now remove directory shares.
Try it out
Cockpit 251 and cockpit-machines 250 are available now: