Introduction to Linux I

Introduction to Linux I Final Comprehensive Exam (Modules 1 – 27)

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Introduction to Linux I Final Comprehensive Exam (Modules 1 – 27) Question ID 369 The _____ command displays information about the Linux kernel: kern uname real linux Question ID 376 A command can be: (choose three) A program built-in to the shell A variable A block A configuration file An alias A function Question ID..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Final Exam (Modules 15 – 27)

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Introduction to Linux I Final Exam (Modules 15 – 27) Answer Question ID 639 Which command is used to create or update the quota database files? quotactl quotadb quotacheck dbquota Question ID 641 By default, the edquota command will use which editor? joe emacs gedit vi Question ID 657 The quotacheck command creates databases with..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Midterm Exam (Modules 1 – 14)

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Introduction to Linux I Midterm Exam (Modules 1 – 14) Answer Question ID 370 Which command is used in order to view the manual page for a topic? help doc show man Question ID 371 The basic form of a command line is: command [options…] [arguments…] command [arguments…] options command arguments options command [options…] arguments…..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 27

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 27 Exam Answer CCNA7.COM has been trying to collect all exams. There are 9 questions in Introduction to Linux I Chapter 27. We has modified and correct all answer. You should review all answers in Introduction to Linux I Chapter 27. Good Luck for your exam. Question ID 842 Which two directories..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 26

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 26 Exam Asnwer CCNA7.COM has been trying to collect all exams. There are 10 questions in Introduction to Linux I Chapter 26. We has modified and correct all answer. You should review all answers in Introduction to Linux I Chapter 26. Good Luck for your exam. Question ID 843 Which command will..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 25

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 25 Exam Answer CCNA7.COM has been trying to collect all exams. There are 16 questions in Introduction to Linux I Chapter 25. We has modified and correct all answer. You should review all answers in Introduction to Linux I Chapter 25. Good Luck for your exam. Question ID 836 What two differences..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 24

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 24 Exam Answer CCNA7.COM has been trying to collect all exams. There are 27 questions in Introduction to Linux I Chapter 24. We has modified and correct all answer. You should review all answers in Introduction to Linux I Chapter 24. Good Luck for your exam. Question ID 634 Which of the..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 23

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 23 Exam Answer CCNA7.COM has been trying to collect all exams. There are 11 questions in Introduction to Linux I Chapter 23. We has modified and correct all answer. You should review all answers in Introduction to Linux I Chapter 23. Good Luck for your exam. Question ID 737 Which of the..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 22

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 22 Exam Answer CCNA7.COM has been trying to collect all exams. There are 19 questions in Introduction to Linux I Chapter 22. We has modified and correct all answer. You should review all answers in Introduction to Linux I Chapter 22. Good Luck for your exam. Question ID 724 Which of the..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 21

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 21 Exam Answer CCNA7.COM has been trying to collect all exams. There are 29 questions in Introduction to Linux I Chapter 21. We has modified and correct all answer. You should review all answers in Introduction to Linux I Chapter 21. Good Luck for your exam. Question ID 694 Which file provides..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 20

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 20 Exam Answer Question ID 669 Which command is used from the command line, to edit your disk’s partition table? gedit parttool fdisk dedit Question ID 670 If you want to initialize swap space that you’ve just created, which command would you run? swapon initswap mkswap swapinit   Question ID..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 19

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 19 Exam Answer Question ID 649 A device name of /dev/hda1 indicates this partition is on which type of device? IDE CDROM Logical Volume SATA Question ID 650 A device name of /dev/sda1 indicates this partition is on which type of device? IDE SATA CDROM Logical Volume Question ID 664..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 18

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 18 Exam Answer Question ID 820 Which of the following are considered replacements for the traditional init process? (choose two) Sysinit Upstart Starter Systemd Question ID 825 Which runlevel number defines multi-user with no networking services? 2 0 5 1 6 4 3   Question ID 827 Instead of using..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 17 Exam

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 17 Exam Answer Question ID 786 Which of the following are valid Linux bootloaders? (choose two) GRUB BIOS LILO UEFI Question ID 789 A primary function of a Linux bootloader is: To load the init process To configure devices To configure memory To load the kernel   Question ID 790..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 16 Exam

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 16 Exam Answer Question ID 814 The first stage of the boot process is: The kernel phase The firmware (BIOS/UEFI) stage The init phase The Bootloader (LILO/GRUB) stage Question ID 815 The second stage of the boot process is: The firmware (BIOS/UEFI) stage The kernel phase The init phase The..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 15 Exam

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 15 Exam Answer Question ID 1033 Which of the following commands is used to view the summary of CPUs in the system? cpustat more /proc/cpuinfo ls -cpu lscpu Question ID 1034 What is the maximum memory that a 64 bit processor can theoretically use? 16 EiB 8 GiB 2 GiB..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 14 Exam

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 14 Exam Question ID 754 Which are valid link types in Linux? (choose two) Filesystem links Stable links Hard links Soft links Question ID 755 The output of the ls -l command includes “/etc/grub.conf -> ../boot/grub/grub.conf”. Based on this information, which is the soft link file? ../boot/grub/grub.conf Both Neither /etc/grub.conf..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 13 Exam

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 13 Exam Answer Question ID 604 Which command can be used to set what your default permissions will be on new files? umode umask mode mask Question ID 605 Which commands can be used to change the ownership of a file? (choose two) chggrp chgrp chown newgrp   Question ID..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 12 Exam

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 12 Exam Answer Question ID 503 Which archiving method is compatible across Linux, Microsoft Windows and Mac operating systems? cpio dd zip tar Question ID 504 Which option to the zip command can be used to recursively compress multiple directories? -r -R -l -d   Question ID 505 Which option..Read More..

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 11 Exam

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 11 Exam Answer Question ID 426 To execute a command called “simple” as a foreground process, you would type: fg simple simple & foreground simple simple Question ID 427 The key press combination that will request a process to stop is: CTRL+z CTRL+p CTRL+c CTRL+d   Question ID 428 The..Read More..


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