Cockpit | An Easy to Use Web GUI for Your Linux Servers
Cockpit gives you a GUI for your server, which can be accessed via a web browser. Cockpit makes it easy to start containers, administer storage, configure networks, inspect logs, and perform system tasks with a mouse. You can think of Cockpit like a graphical “desktop interface”, but for individual servers.
0:46 Access Cockpit in the Browser
2:39 Cockpit Interface Overview
5:50 How to Install Cockpit
8:16 Managing Networking in Cockpit
8:53 Managing User Accounts in Cockpit
9:57 Managing System Services in Cockpit
11:04 Using the Terminal in Cockpit
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