There is a bit of a misunderstanding. Is it possible to run cockpit on a windows machine
on IIS to admin linux machines?
From: Martin Pitt <mpitt(a)redhat.com>
Sent: Tuesday, 7 April 2020 07:18
Subject: Re: Cockpit on windows
Jonathan Aquilina [2020-04-07 4:54 +0000]:
Is cockpit going to be brought to windows? If not are there plans to
release it to be run for windows?
Cockpit is strictly a tool to administer a *Linux* server. It is absolutely not portable
to run on or administer a Windows server (it's not even portable to other Unix
flavors). However, Windows has its own kind of web console:
(Previously known as "Project Honolulu").
On the client side, Cockpit can be *used* with any web browser, including Microsoft Edge
(or other browsers) on Windows.
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