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After boot, Cockpit is up and running and listens on port 9090.
 
After boot, Cockpit is up and running and listens on port 9090.
  
{{admon/important|Firefox 36.0 is known to choke on the HTTPS certificates created by Cockpit 0.44 and earlier.|See the end of this page for a workaround.}}
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{{admon/important|Firefox 36.0 is known to choke on the Cockpit HTTPS certificates|See the end of this page for a workaround.}}
  
 
{{admon/important|The firewall might or might not be open for Cockpit.|See the end of this page for details.}}
 
{{admon/important|The firewall might or might not be open for Cockpit.|See the end of this page for details.}}

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