Cockpit is a server manager that makes it easy to administer your GNU/Linux servers via a web browser.

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Ludwig Nussel's avatar

current cockpit does not work on stable releases anymore due to newer systemd features it needs. So I think the extra repos as well as the additional packages can be removed. Cockpit builds just fine against plain Factory nowadays.

Ben Gawert's avatar

Now that Leap 15.3 has been upgraded with systemd 246, would it be possible to offer cockpit packages for 15.3 in addition to Tumbleweed? After all, it's stable distros like Leap which are predominantly used for server deployments (which is what Cockpit is really for), not rolling releases like Tumbleweed, and the lack of a current Cockpit version for Leap is a bit poor. I understand that there were technical reasons (systemd <235 in Leap 15.2 and earlier) which prevented Cockpit versions over 200 but now that this has been addressed with 15.3 it would make sense to add versions for Leap again.

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