cockpit 195-1~ubuntu18.04.1 source package in Ubuntu


cockpit (195-1~ubuntu18.04.1) bionic-backports; urgency=medium

  * No-change backport to bionic

cockpit (195-1) experimental; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release:
    - Simplified support for external TLS termination
    - Firewall: More support for zones
    - Machines: Additional storage options
    - Machines: Support for changing memory allocation
    - Storage: Select encryption type separately from filesystem

cockpit (194-1) experimental; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release:
    - Firewall: Add services to a specific zone
    - Redesigned on/off switch

 -- Martin Pitt <email address hidden>  Mon, 03 Jun 2019 06:05:34 +0000

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cockpit: Web Console for Linux servers

 The Cockpit Web Console enables users to administer GNU/Linux servers using a
 web browser.
 It offers network configuration, log inspection, diagnostic reports, SELinux
 troubleshooting, interactive command-line sessions, and more.

cockpit-bridge: Cockpit bridge server-side component

 The Cockpit bridge component installed server side and runs commands on
 the system on behalf of the web based user interface.

cockpit-bridge-dbgsym: debug symbols for cockpit-bridge
cockpit-dashboard: Cockpit remote servers and dashboard

 Cockpit support for connecting to remote servers (through ssh)
 bastion hosts, and a basic dashboard.

cockpit-doc: Cockpit deployment and developer guide

 The Cockpit Deployment and Developer Guide shows sysadmins how to deploy
 Cockpit on their machines as well as helps developers who want to embed
 or extend Cockpit.

cockpit-docker: Cockpit user interface for Docker containers

 The Cockpit components for interacting with Docker and user interface.

cockpit-machines: Cockpit user interface for virtual machines

 The Cockpit components for managing virtual machines.
 If the "virtinst" package is installed, you can also create new virtual

cockpit-networkmanager: Cockpit user interface for networking

 The Cockpit components for interacting with networking configuration.

cockpit-packagekit: Cockpit user interface for packages

 The Cockpit component for installing packages, via PackageKit.

cockpit-pcp: Cockpit PCP integration

 Cockpit support for reading PCP metrics and loading PCP archives.

cockpit-pcp-dbgsym: debug symbols for cockpit-pcp
cockpit-storaged: Cockpit user interface for storage

 The Cockpit components for interacting with storage.

cockpit-system: Cockpit admin interface for a system

 Cockpit admin interface package for configuring and
 troubleshooting a system.

cockpit-tests: Tests for Cockpit

 This package contains tests and files used while testing Cockpit.
 These files are not required for running Cockpit.

cockpit-tests-dbgsym: debug symbols for cockpit-tests
cockpit-ws: Cockpit Web Service

 The Cockpit Web Service listens on the network, and authenticates

cockpit-ws-dbgsym: debug symbols for cockpit-ws