How To Configure Linux Graphical Interface on VDS

What is a Graphical User Interface (GUI)?

A graphical interface is a kind of unique opportunity for simple work and management of all files and multimedia. It is very convenient to use it, because it can be used by people with any skills: both with beginners and technically advanced.

This interface allows the user to interact with electronic devices using graphic icons.

Using the GUI, you have access to a unique and very understandable way to navigate and interact with the computer. Also, the graphical interface allows you to simplify the creation of websites without skills in the field of HTML, CSS, JavaScript

Installing GUI on Linux

To install the graphical user interface on the Linux operating system, you need to

1. Go to the list of your services:  and select the desired virtual server where you want to install the GUI. If you do not have a server, you can order it right now by clicking on the link:

2. You need to go to VMmanager and select the appropriate virtual server, then go to the panel VNC

3. It is necessary to log in and register the following commands:


apt update

apt install xfce4



apt-get update

apt-get install xfce4 -y

apt-get install xfce4-goodies -y


yum update 
yum -y group install "CNOME Desktop" "Graphical Administration Tools" 

ln -sf /lib/systemd/system/ /etc/systemd/system/ 

After successful installation, you will have a GUI panel, where you can quickly and easily manage your data from a computer!

**For Ubuntu & Debian

**For CentOS