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Martin Pitt
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Brand new cockpit release is now waiting for you to try!

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GnuPG is a crucial part of Debian/Ubuntu development, as well as of my personal backups (through duplicity), so I chipped in a bit.

But it's not only for us FOSS types, it's also vitally important for journalism and privacy in general (particularly through related tools like Enigmail), so maybe you would consider a small donation too?

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Cockpit 145 is out, with lots of improvements in the Terminal, Machines, and Software Updates!

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It's high summer here and we are melting, but this doesn't stop us!

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Hmm, I can't find my room ☺️

The Cockpit Team hackfest is starting, looking forward to seeing my team in real life again! 
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Today's Cockpit release contains the first version of the "Software Updates" page that I've worked on recently. The package is in Debian's binary NEW, so it'll take a bit to find its way to your apt.

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New python-dbusmock microrelease that fixes some test issues. No functional runtime changes.

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New python-dbusmock bug fix release, which fixes the BlueZ template to work with/like BlueZ 5.45 and the NetworkManager template to work with NM ≥ 1.6, plus some minor cleanup.

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A new Cockpit 142 release is ready for you to try out! It's a dnf or apt away on Fedora 26, Debian unstable, and Ubuntu ≥ 16.04 LTS. The biggest new feature is inline noVNC console and external virt-viewer support for VMs.

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You can now try +Lennart Poettering's shiny new "casync" tool on Ubuntu (17.04 for now) easily, I just created the initial packaging and a PPA. casync is some kind of rsync+git on steroids, give it a try ☺ (See https://github.com/systemd/casync for details.)

At the moment it is only available on amd64, i386 currently fails (but I sent a PR to fix that).

Update: The PR landed, I uploaded a new snapshot that now works on 32 bit too.
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