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Using Cockpit on CentOS
Cockpit is a new tool shipped with CentOS 8 that allows server management, including container management. This lab will allow you to become more familiar with the tool and think about its use cases.
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Given that we have a bare CentOS system, we need to install
cockpit. Run the following to get the right software on the system:
yum install cockpit -y
Create the Required User
Add the user
trevorwith the following information:
Full Name: Trevor McTavish User Name: trevor Password: P1n3h34d!!
Ensure the user is a member of the
Install the Required Plugin to Manage Containers in Cockpit
The package required is
cockpit-podman, so we can install it by running:
yum install podman cockpit-podman -y
Once installed, we need to restart
cockpitto make sure the new software is recognized:
systemctl restart cockpit
Start an `rsyslog` Container
docker.io/camptocamp/rsyslog-bincontainer, download it, and start the image.
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