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Q1. - (Topic 4)
Which of the following commands changes the ownership of file.txt to the user dan and the group staff?
A. chown dan/staff file.txt
B. chown dan:staff file.txt
C. chown -u dan -g staff file.txt
D. chown dan -g staff file.txt
Q2. - (Topic 2)
When removing a package, which of the following dpkg options will completely remove the files including configuration files?
Q3. - (Topic 3)
Which of the following commands can be used to create a USB storage media from a disk image?
Q4. CORRECT TEXT - (Topic 2)
Which command will disable swapping on a device? (Specify ONLY the command without any path or parameters.)
Answer: swapoff, /sbin/swapoff
Q5. - (Topic 3)
Which variable defines the directories in which a Bash shell searches for executable commands?
Q6. - (Topic 3)
Which character, added to the end of a command, runs that command in the background
as a child process of the current shell?
Q7. - (Topic 4)
Which of the following commands changes the number of days before the ext3 filesystem on /dev/sda1 has to run through a full filesystem check while booting?
A. tune2fs -d 200 /dev/sda1
B. tune2fs -c 200 /dev/sda1
C. tune2fs -i 200 /dev/sda1
D. tune2fs -n 200 /dev/sda1
E. tune2fs --days 200 /dev/sda1
Q8. CORRECT TEXT - (Topic 2)
In which directory must definition files be placed to add additional repositories to yum?
Answer: /etc/yum.repos.d, /etc/yum.repos.d/, yum.repos.d, yum.repos.d/
Q9. - (Topic 4)
How many fields are in a syntactically correct line of /etc/fstab?
Q10. - (Topic 4)
Which utility would be used to change how often a filesystem check is performed on an ext2 filesystem without losing any data stored on that filesystem?