Cockpit is the modern Linux admin interface. We release regularly.
Here are the release notes from cockpit 291, cockpit-machines 289.1, and cockpit-podman 68:
Update to PatternFly 5 alpha
Cockpit is now an “early adopter” of PatternFly 5. Everything should look the same. We ensured all functional and visual tests pass.
While this should not affect anyone using Cockpit, it definitely will affect everyone developing for Cockpit. Read more on our PatternFly 5 blog post.
Machines: VM creation supports raw disk format
During virtual machine creation, there is now a raw disk option in the storage format selection.
Machines: Redesign virtual machine CPU configuration
The CPU model dialog and vCPU topology have been merged into a single overview entry and dialog. Additionally, a few minor improvements have been added, including vCPU maximum and vCPU count now being number inputs.
Try it out
Cockpit 291, cockpit-machines 289.1, and cockpit-podman 68 are available now: