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How can i get to work with the gui of linux server from Redhat 6.01 I have installed it wel but i only can operate from the command line. What to do????
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Ensure you loaded the X11 subsystem (X diskset)

type xf86config to set it up
It will ask you all kinds of question about your screencard, monitor, mouse etc. Allow it to write the necessary configuration files

type startx to start your configured windowmanager. To get out hit CNTL-ALT-BACKSPACE
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How do i load x11subsystem
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