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=== Opending the firewall for Cockpit ===
 
=== Opending the firewall for Cockpit ===
  
Depending on how you have installed Cockpit, the firewall might or might not be open for it.  If you install Fedora Server, it should be open, but it currently is not.  See [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1204739 this bug].
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Depending on how you have installed Cockpit, the firewall might or might not be open for it.  If you install Fedora Server, it should be open.  If it is not, that's a bug.
  
 
In any case, execute the following commands to open it.
 
In any case, execute the following commands to open it.
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# firewall-cmd --permanent --add-service cockpit
 
# firewall-cmd --permanent --add-service cockpit
 
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The effect is immediate, you don't need to restart Cockpit.
 
The effect is immediate, you don't need to restart Cockpit.
  

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