How to tell if GUI enabled
I'm on a command-line Linux and am wondering what commands I could be entering or things I could be checking to find out whether this OS has support for GUI mode?
When I boot up it goes directly to the command prompt rather than other Linuxes I've tried, which start up in graphical mode.
It's a prebuilt OS image so I'm not sure whether the creator of the image just set the default to be command line (meaning that I can set it up to work in graphical mode) or whether this image doesn't have support for it.
I'm using CentOS, but I'm guessing the solution to this would be with generic Linux commands? I've tried a few suggestions like "init 5" from a web search but as I'm a newbie I think I'm on the wrong track.