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Question No: 31 – (Topic 1)

As root user you have set the environment variable HISTIGNORE=quot;ls:man:pwd:catquot; with the other history-related shell variables at their default. What impact does it have on shell history?

  1. History will ignore only the commands listed in the HISTIGNORE variable.

  2. History will save only the first occurrence of the commands listed in the HISTIGNORE variable.

  3. History will ignore only the commands, issued with any valid switch, listed in the

    HISTIGNORE variable.

  4. History will save only the first occurrence of the commands, issued with any valid switch, listed in the HISTIGNORE variable.

Answer: A

Question No: 32 – (Topic 1)

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The user smith needs to display the MAC address only of eth0. Which command gives the desired output?

  1. ifconfig eth0 | awk #39;/eth0/ {print $0}#39;

  2. /sbin/ifconfig eth0 | awk #39;/HW/ {print $4}#39;

  3. /sbin/ifconfig eth0 | awk #39;/HW/ {print $5}#39;

  4. /sbin/ifconfig eth0 | awk #39;/eth0/ {print $4}#39;

Answer: C

Question No: 33 – (Topic 1)

View the Exhibit and note the permissions and ownerships of the /sysdir directory.

What could be done to let the user scott write to and copy files from the directory without listing others files and without compromising the security of the directory?

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  1. Add rwx to others permissions of the /sysdir directory.

  2. Add scott as a member of the admins group and set permissions to 700 on the /sysdir directory.

  3. Add scott as a member of the admins group and set the group permissions wx for the

    /sysdir directory.

  4. Add scott as a member of the admins group and set the group permissions rx for the

/sysdir directory.

Answer: C

Question No: 34 – (Topic 1)

The user smith has logged in to the system and his current working directory is /tmp. Which command changes the user current working. Which command changes the user#39;s current working directory to the user#39;s home directory? (Choose all that apply.)

  1. cd

  2. cd ..

  3. cd ~

  4. cd ../~

  5. cd /home

  6. cd $HOME

Answer: A,C,F

Question No: 35 – (Topic 1)

The user smith executes the following command:

awk -F: #39;/bash$/ {nlines ; print $1;} END {print quot;\nquot;, nlines}#39; /etc/passwd.

What could be the purpose of using this command?

  1. to print all lines in /etc/passwd that ends with bash

  2. to print the name of all normal users in /etc/passwd

  3. to print and count the names of the users who use the bash shell

  4. to print the total number of lines in /etc/passwd that ends with bash

Answer: C

Question No: 36 – (Topic 1)

You want to customize the default background color in an X window system using command-line options. What would you do to achieve this task?

  1. Edit the ~/.xinitrc file.

  2. Edit the ~/.Xdefaults file.

  3. Edit the ~/.Xresources file.

  4. Edit the ~/.Xauthority file.

Answer: B

Question No: 37 – (Topic 1)

A printer has been configured on a Linux box in a heterogeneous network using CUPS. A user sends a print job from a WINDOWS machine. Identify the statement that holds true in this scenario.

  1. The user will not able to print because he/she is on a non-UNIX system.

  2. The user will not able to print because the printer is configured using CUPS.

  3. The user will be able to print because the printer follows the IPP standard.

  4. The user will not be able to print because WINDOWS does not support CUPS by default.

Answer: C

Question No: 38 – (Topic 1)

smith is trying to send a message to the local user bob using the write command and he receives an error as shown below:

[smith@station2 ~]$write bob Write: bob has messages disabled [smith@station2 ~]$

What could be done to overcome the error?

  1. bob should set the logged in terminal to the tty group.

  2. bob should enable talk and ntalk on his system.

  3. bob should accept messages using the mesg y command.

  4. smith should indicate the terminal on which bob is logged in.

Answer: C

Question No: 39 – (Topic 1)

User smith on station2 is trying to chat with the remote user bob on station1 using the talk command. smith receives an error message as shown below:

[smith@station2 ~]$talk bob@station1.example.com [No connection yet]

[ Error on read from talk daemon: Connection refused ] [smith@station2 ~]$

What can the root user do to resolve the issue? (Choose two.)

  1. let smith retry talk by reading from STDIN and sending to bob

  2. let smith retry talk after changing the group of talk command to tty

  3. let smith retry the talk request with UDP port 518 open on both systems

  4. let smith retry talk after restarting the xinetd service with ntalk enabled on both systems

  5. let smith retry talk after restarting the network service with the UDP port 517 blocked on both systems

Answer: C,D

Question No: 40 – (Topic 1)

What are the improvements of vim over vi? (Choose all that apply.)

  1. multi-level undo

  2. online help system

  3. command-line completion

  4. multiple windows and buffers

  5. supports using arrow keys in command mode

  6. search and replace operations in command mode

Answer: A,B,C,D

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