This is OPTIONAL but highly recommended and can provide some helpful tools/insights while in the field.
Notably Cockpit includes a terminal via a web browser. Perfect for on-the-go tuning of network settings and/or disaster recovery.
Further reading: http://cockpit-project.org/running
#add-apt-repository ppa:cockpit-project/cockpit apt update apt install cockpit cockpit-doc cockpit-dashboard \ cockpit-docker cockpit-machines cockpit-networkmanager \ cockpit-dashboard cockpit-system \ cockpit-storaged cockpit-packagekit \ cockpit-system cockpit-ws \ packagekit-tools cracklib-runtime
Leave the defaults (including SSL certificate). This is here to save you on the fly or when not near a ‘full’ computer. Defaults are a good thing at times.
If you already setup firewalld, run the following to allow access from the INTERNAL network only.
firewall-cmd --permanent --zone=internal --add-port=9090/tcp firewall-cmd --reload
usermod -aG docker [admin_user] systemctl restart docker