Cockpit is a web server GUI designed for everyone. Thanks to Cockpit’s deliberate use of system APIs and commands, a whole team of administrators can manage the system the way they prefer, including the command line and utilities along with Cockpit. It is important to note that before you start installing the web server, it is important and necessary to create a sudo non-root user.
For installing this web server please ise the following command
apt install cockpit -y
Start the Cockpit service using the systemctl utility. To run the service Cockpit you can use the systemctl utility
systemctl start cockpit
For checking the Cockpit servise work you can use the following commang
systemctl status cockpit
Further configuration: working with the Firewall
The next important step is to configure the UFW to enable the Cockpit web interface (TCP port is designated 9090). This can be done with the following command:
ufw allow 9090/tcp
Then you need to open access to the Cockpit web console. To do this, you need to open the web console in your browser and then make changes to example_IP to your IP address of the virtual server
This completes the Cockpit setup and installation.
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