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Old 30th May 2007, 19:05
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Default GUI Interface Problem With CentOS

Hey all im trying to set up CentOS as a server and i get thru adding all of the packages i need and i install the OS and i reboot the server and it starts up then all i get is a command line like this

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all that good stuff but i do not see the graphical interface to CentOS

i have installed X Windows System, KDE Desktop, Gnome Desktop, And All The Server packages we need for the server and i still see just the command line is this suppose to happen and stay in command form??????????
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