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How to Install Cockpit Web Console on Linux System
The Cockpit web console is a tool to monitor the server’s overall status, performance, and health. You can install the Cockpit web console on your local machine and execute the web application through the web browser. You can monitor server services, accounts and set up network systems through the Cockpit Web console on Linux. If you’re a remote user, the Cockpit Web console allows you to log in through the secure shell (ssh). The Cockpit suggests using Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Gnome browser for loading the Cockpit web console on Linux. Installing the Cockpit web console on Linux distributions is easy, straightforward, and simple.

Cockpit Web Console on Linux Desktop

Initially, the Cockpit Web console was built for Red Hat-based Linux systems. Later it had been developed for other Linux distributions as well. It supports both browser-mode and API-based Shell mode application interfaces.

In the default installation, it stores all the files inside the /etc/ directory. It uses the network port 9090 on Linux. Since we will load the Install Cockpit web console through a PHP web server, please ensure that your system has an active localhost server.

Both Apache and Nginx will work perfectly to load the Cockpit web console. In this post, we will see how to install and get started with the cockpit Web console on various Linux distributions.

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