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Centos Missing "server settings"

Posted on 2009-07-06
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I am missing the option "server settings" under "system->adminisration."

When I installed Centos, I only chose the option for Gnome for the usage of the box.. Could this have something to do with it, and if so how can I add features without reinstalling the entire OS?
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Michael Worsham earned 2000 total points
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Try this:
yum groupinstall "Server Configuration Tools"
yum groupinstall "Administration Tools"
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Hey worked perfect!!! Thanks!!
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Bullseye!
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Glad I could help.

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