xorgconfig might not be there even if there was an X available; rather see if there's the executable X:
It's usually /usr/bin/X if it exists. You'll then use
To get it running, provided that you've got a suitable .xinitrc file in your home directory.
If you wish to use Windows SMB shares, you'll need to use Samba for that. Samba website (and threads here at LQ about Samba usage) will help you out quickly.