.mozilla folder in home directories, does this mean GUI is running?

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http://www.linuxquestions.org – I am runnin CentOS 5.4 on a machine wiht 2GB of ram. of that 2GB free -m shows that 1.8 is being used. I wanted to find out what was consumign the RAM. I came across .mozilla folder in every users home directory. I am thinkning, is this machine some kind of GUI that is consuming the ram? I did ps aux | grep gnome and ps aux | grep kde but that came up with nothing. rpm -qa | grep gnome showed lots of gnome python RPM's. I am using ssh to connect to the machine and can not log in locally to see since it is at a remote location. Is there any way of finding out if a GUI is running, if so how would I uninstall it? (HowTos)