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X11 can be installed after you install minimal system. Yum can operate with the notion of "groups" and you can list them using the command
[root@rhel7 ~]# yum group list Loaded plugins: product-id, subscription-manager This system is not registered to Red Hat Subscription Management. You can use subscription-manager to register. There is no installed groups file. Maybe run: yum groups mark convert (see man yum) Available environment groups: Minimal Install Infrastructure Server File and Print Server Basic Web Server Virtualization Host Server with GUI Available Groups: Compatibility Libraries Console Internet Tools Development Tools Graphical Administration Tools Legacy UNIX Compatibility Scientific Support Security Tools Smart Card Support System Administration Tools System Management Done
You can install the missing packages using the group "Server with GUI"
yum groupinstall 'Server with GUI'
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If you have performed a RHEL 7 Linux Server installation and did not include Graphical User Interface (GUI) you can do it later directly from command line using
yumcommand and selecting an appropriate installation group. To list all available installation groups on Redhat 7 Linux use:[root@rhel7 ~]# yum group list Loaded plugins: product-id, subscription-manager This system is not registered to Red Hat Subscription Management. You can use subscription-manager to register. There is no installed groups file. Maybe run: yum groups mark convert (see man yum) Available environment groups: Minimal Install Infrastructure Server File and Print Server Basic Web Server Virtualization Host Server with GUI Available Groups: Compatibility Libraries Console Internet Tools Development Tools Graphical Administration Tools Legacy UNIX Compatibility Scientific Support Security Tools Smart Card Support System Administration Tools System Management Done
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Server with GUIinstallation group:[root@rhel7 ~]# yum groupinstall 'Server with GUI' Transaction Summary ================= Install 261 Packages (+604 Dependent packages) Total download size: 527 M Installed size: 1.7 G Is this ok [y/d/N]:Just because gnome desktop environment is a default GUI on RHEL 7 linux system the above command will install gnome. Alternatively, you can run the below command to only install core GNOME packages:[root@rhel7 ~]# yum groupinstall 'X Window System' 'GNOME'Once the installation is finished, you need to change system's runlevel to runlevel 5. Changing runlevel on RHEL 7 is done by use of
systemctlcommand. The below command will change runlevel from runlevel 3 to runelevel 5 on RHEL 7:[root@rhel7 ~]# systemctl set-default graphical.targetDepending on your previous installations you may need to accept Redhat License after you reboot your system. Once you boot to your system you can check GNOME version using:[root@rhel7 ~]# gnome-shell --version GNOME Shell 3.8.4
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Run the following command to install GUIFor CentOS 7:
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