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    Default CentOS/Red Hat install question

    Hello gurus, trying to see if anyone knows a tell tale file in Red Hat/CentOS to tell what "mode" a machine was installed, such as "Desktop", "Basic Server", etc. I checked the anaconda-ks.cfg but only shows the packages not the type selected
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    The packages that are installed will help determine what version is installed. If you see more 'desktop' based packages, well then it's probably the Desktop version.

    This link is relevant:

    https://unix.stackexchange.com/quest...lation-options

    I might do a

    grep -i *desktop* anaconda-ks.cfg | wc -l

    to see how many desktop packages there are.
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