Enable setup command in CentOS minimal install

setup command in linux
setup command in linux

 

Generally setup command is not used to install in centos minimal installation:

Here is the step to install setup command in centos:

# yum install setuptool -y

# yum install system-config-network* -y

# yum install system-config-firewall* -y

# yum install system-config-securitylevel-tui -y

# yum install system-config-keyboard -y

# yum install ntsysv -y

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