Cockpit Project: Cockpit 156

Cockpit is the modern Linux admin interface. We release regularly.
Here are the release notes from version 156.

Redesign main navigation and support mobile browsing

The top-level dashboard menus and second-level menus of them have been
redesigned to clarify the structure, be more extensible, and use less vertical
screen space:

desktop mode

This version introduces proper support for using on mobile phones and tablets.
As part of this, the login screen was rearranged in mobile mode to avoid
overlapping the on-screen keyboard with the user/password input fields:

mobile mode with menu mobile login page

Applications on the Apps page now show a link to the project home page, if
provided in the AppStream metadata:

apps homepage link

Thanks Benjamin Deering for this feature!

Support alternate Kerberos keytabs

If present, Cockpit will now use the Kerberos /etc/cockpit/krb5.keytab file
instead of the default system keytab /etc/krb5.keytab.

See the Single Sign On documentation for
details.

Maintain an /etc/issue(5) file with current Cockpit status

Cockpit now maintains a /run/cockpit/issue file with instructions how to
enable Cockpit (when disabled) or the Cockpit URL (when enabled).

The next util-linux 2.32 release will
support
/etc/issue.d/*.issue drop-ins. Distributions or users can make use of this by
installing an /etc/issue.d/01-cockpit.issue symlink to the above file.

Use event-driven refresh of oVirt virtual machine data instead of polling

This makes the page much more reactive and use less resources.

Thanks to Marek Libra for this improvement!

Try it out

Cockpit 156 is available now:


Source From: fedoraplanet.org.
Original article title: Cockpit Project: Cockpit 156.
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