CentOS 6.2 server ve VMware hakkında

centosda gui yi command line dan enable etmek için:

If you installed CentOS as a server, a graphical desktop environment may not be installed. The yum command provides an option to install all of the software required for either the Gnome or KDE graphical desktop environments. The X Windows system is required for any graphical desktop you prefer. The X Windows system provides the server that manages the graphical user interface. You must have root privileges to install software and start the X server


  1. Log in to the CentOS operating system.
  2. Type the command su - to switch to a root session.
  3. Type the command:
    yum groupinstall "X Windows System" "GNOME Desktop Environment"
    yum groupinstall "X Windows System" "KDE Desktop Environment"
    to install your preferred desktop environment.
  4. Type the command startx to start the X windows system and your preferred desktop environment.

Tips & Warnings: If you already have a graphical desktop environment installed, you can just type startx as the root user.

Kaynak: http://www.ehow.com/how_8763657_start-centos-gui-command-line.html

VMware – Bridged Networking – No route to host problemi:

Linux-Centos da System/Administration/Firewall a girip lazim olup kapali olan portlari aciyoruz. ornegin http icin 80, https icin 443, ssh icin 22 gibi..

Google “Chorme cannot be run as root” problemi:

/opt/google/chrome/google-chrome dosyasini aciyoruz, exec -a "$0" "$HERE/chrome" "$@" komutunun bulundugu satiri buluyoruz ve onu exec -a "$0" "$HERE/chrome" "$@" --user-data-dir ile degistiriyoruz. ve artik aciliyor..

VMware – Klasör/Dosya Paylaşımı:

sanal makinenin ismine sağ tıklayıp Settings/Options/Shared Folders – Always Enabled. Paylaşılan klasör/dosya Centos’da mnt/hgfs klasöründe.. (VMware tools installation gerekebilir, emin değilim)


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