stefw at redhat.com
Wed Oct 14 21:33:02 UTC 2015
This is a summary of the Cockpit weekly release. This week it was 0.80
SSH private keys
You can now use Cockpit to load SSH private keys into the ssh-agent
that's running in the Cockpit login session. These keys are used to
authenticate against other systems when they are added to the dashboard.
Cockpit also supports inspecting and changing the passwords for SSH
Always start an SSH agent
Cockpit now always starts an SSH agent in the Cockpit login session.
Previously this would happen if the correct PAM modules were loaded.
Peter has done work to build an OSTree UI, useful for upgrading and
rolling back the operating system on Atomic Host:
Subin has done work to get Nulecule Kubernetes applications working with
Atomic and larger Kubernetes clusters:
There's lots of other work in progress. You can see it here in the
Design and Implementation columns:
You can get Cockpit 0.80 in Fedora 23 or Fedora Rawhide:
Or via COPR for CentOS, RHEL, and earlier versions of Fedora:
Or download the tarball here:
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