Cockpit is the modern Linux admin interface. We release regularly.
Here are the release notes from Cockpit 261 and cockpit-podman 40:
Storage: Unmounting or deleting a busy filesystem is now supported
Cockpit can now stop processes and services that keep a filesystem busy before unmounting or destroying a filesystem.
This is accompanied by a general improvement in how destructive actions are summarized in their dialogs.
Podman: Add pause/resume to containers
Add the pause and resume options — already available for pods — to individual containers. Also make the order of the menu options the same for pods and containers and add “Force restart” to the pod actions.
Podman: Add option to pull the latest image when creating a new container
:latest tag of an image is available locally, but a newer version is available on the image registry, checking the “pull latest image” checkbox will now pull the latest version before creating the new container
Try it out
Cockpit 261 and cockpit-podman 40 are available now: