How to Boot CentOS 7 in GUI Mode (Desktop Environment)?

Currently I put in CentOS 7 in VMWare and it was all going effectively till it booted into CLI (Command Line Interface) mode.

I’ve tried startx command however no assist. Plainly the Desktop Atmosphere shouldn’t be put in for some cause.

If you’re in the identical state of affairs, this is the way to set up the required bundle in addition into GUI (Graphical Consumer Interface) mode.

Let’s set up GNOME Desktop with the next command.

yum teams set up "GNOME Desktop"

It takes a couple of minutes to put in the packages wanted for GNOME and once you’re finished use the “startx” command.


You want to settle for a license, create a person, configure the language and set the keyboard sort for the primary time, and eventually you may have the CentOS desktop.

We’re not finished but.

While you reboot your CentOS, you will notice the command immediate once more.

So it’s a must to hold the settings to start out in graphics mode each time you boot the OS.

  • Open a terminal and run the next command
systemctl set-default graphical.goal
  • Reboot CentOS and it ought to boot into GNOME GUI mode.

If you’re not a GNOME fan, you too can set up the KDE atmosphere with the command under.

yum  teams set up "KDE Plasma Workspaces"

I hope the above helps you boot CentOS into graphical desktop mode.

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