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GSmart Control is a graphical user interface for smartctl (from smartmontools package), which is a tool for querying and controlling SMART (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology) data on modern hard disk and solid-state drives.
There are different installation media for Ubuntu desktop and server, but the difference is only in the initial installation program and the set of packages included.
The server installation media doesn't install a GUI by default, but it's just a package installation away.
You can download the desktop GUI on the server through the following command...
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If you're going this route, I personally like EDIT: However, if you're using it as a real "Server" (ftp, web hosting, DNS, etc.), it is highly recommended to learn how to navigate Ubuntu via its shell instead of the GUI.
Trust me you do not want to install a Desk Top environment on a server, it uses up too many resources up to 50 to 60% if you go bananas and you don't get any benefit to control your server from a GUI standpoint. Not everything in life is free if you want it bad enough.
However I am sure home use might be fee free, depends on what services you need.
Ubuntu server is designed to use minimal resources.
A GUI will lead to high resource usage, however if you still want a GUI, you can install only what's required for the default Unity desktop.