I’m just installing cockpit on one of my Ubuntu servers and can’t seem to find the cockpit-docker module.
It used to exist… for managing docker containers via cockpit.
$ sudo apt install cockpit-docker
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
Package cockpit-docker is not available, but is referred to by another package.
This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or
is only available from another source
E: Package 'cockpit-docker' has no installation candidate
To try to make up for this, here is a short video that I recently watched that speaks very highly of Cockpit:
I’m in the beginning stages of building out a k3s cluster in my home lab.
For me, this is partly for learning a couple of specific technologies, like improving my Docker skills, learning Kubernetes, and learning to apply Ansible to Docker and Kubernetes.
I’m using k3s with Raspberry PI 4b’s and right now I have have a two-node cluster up and running. As I think through I where I want to go with this, I’ve decided to switch RPi cases from the standard acrylic stackable case over to the C4Labs Cloudlet Case:
And, I’m also going to adding the low-profile LoveRPI PoE Hat to reduce the number of cables to manage.