Cockpit is the modern Linux admin interface. We release regularly.
Here are the release notes from Cockpit 285:
Accounts: Group filtering and creation
Users can now create a new group.
Filtering has been added to groups, supporting both Name and GID (group ID).
A limited set of cryptographic policies with subpolicies are now in the list of cryptographic choices on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS Stream, Fedora, and related distributions. Subpolicies extend a standard cryptographic policy by either being more permissive or restrictive than the original policy. Examples include allowing SHA1 or using stricter requirements such as OSPP (Operating System Protection Profile, Common Criteria).
Try it out
Cockpit 285 is available now:
- For your Linux system
- Cockpit Source Tarball
- Cockpit Fedora 37
- cockpit-machines Source Tarball
- cockpit-machines Fedora 37
- cockpit-machines Fedora 36
- cockpit-podman Source Tarball
- cockpit-podman Fedora 37
- cockpit-podman Fedora 36
- cockpit-ostree Source Tarball
- cockpit-ostree Fedora 37
- cockpit-ostree Fedora 36