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Tutorial To Install Cockpit On Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

Tutorial To Install Cockpit On Ubuntu 22.04 LTS
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Last Updated on May 11, 2022 by itsubuntu

Tutorial To Install Cockpit On Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

Cockpit is a free and open-source web-based graphical interface for servers. If you are not comfortable with the command-line interface in Linux-based servers then you can use Cockpit to manage your server.

With the Cockpit web console tool you can do some of the following jobs on Linux servers:

  1. Configure a firewall
  2. Upgrade software
  3. Manage user accounts
  4. Inspect and interact with systemd-based services
  5. Download and run containers
  6. Create and manage virtual machines
  7. Browse and search system logs

Tutorial To Install Cockpit On Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

It is pretty simple to install a cockpit web console on Ubuntu. The cockpit is included in Ubuntu 17.04 and later, and is available as an official backport for 16.04 LTS and later.

sudo apt update
sudo apt install cockpit -y

Once cockpit installation is complete, start its service using the following systemctl command,

sudo systemctl start cockpit

Run the following to verify the status of the cockpit service in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. Cockpit listen its service on 9090 tcp port.

sudo systemctl status cockpit


Install Cockpit On Clear Linux

Run the following command to install Cockpit on Clear Linux.

sudo swupd bundle-add sysadmin-remote
sudo systemctl enable --now cockpit.socket

Install Cockpit On Arch Linux

Run the following commands to install Cockpit on Arch Linux

sudo pacman -S cockpit
sudo systemctl enable --now cockpit.socket

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