The Cockpit server web interface has now been in Debian unstable and Ubuntu 17.04 and devel for a few weks. Time for a quick introduction!
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- Ok so adding remote hosts is just too easy, I love the design goal of letting the OS do all the work, almost like a GUI shim on top of the OS instead of writing new tools to do what the old tools have been doing for decades, looking forward to following this!2w
- I would love to run it but my server runs 16.04 LTS, as I only use LTS on servers, so i'll have to wait until the next LTS to run this.2w
- Can it be a snap? That way it will be available on all distros. And everyone would just be able to get it without backports hassle. Also, in Ubuntu kubernetes is usually deployed with the juju charm (or just conjure up) thus I think cockpit plugin for kubernetes would be very useful to have in such scenarios.2w
- , indeed, packaging cockpit-kubernetes for that would be useful. I need to add that to our ubuntu-1604 test VMs so that it gets into CI before I do that, though.2w