Adding a GUI to an 'ubuntu server' install

By Ali Syed

Ubuntu Server is designed without UI for specific server use. It utilizes Long Term Support (LTS), that means that OS installs are not as frequently needed as other Servers might need with a 5 year life cycle. The server editions comes with packages needed for an ubuntu server, and nothing extra (UI). Ubuntu server simply does not come with a graphical user interface (GUI), period. It runs on command line. But GUI can be installed at any point after the installation completes.

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Reign in Access Control with Linux

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How would you like to control access to your Linux Servers on your existing Active Directory domain? Here we allow users to log into a CentOS 6.5 server using their domain credentials. We also setup a Security Group in Active Directory by which we can control who has SUDO access on this particular server.

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Aggregate your day with Outlook

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Do you visit a lot of the same websites on a regular basis? Wouldn't you like to catch up on those alerts and updates in a single location? Try using RSS feeds in Outlook.

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