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QUESTION NO: 1
Which of the following file systems CANNOT be mounted by using the mount command?
A. ext2
B. vfat
C. swap
D. iso9660
Answer: C.
Explanation:
The Swap file system is used as virtual memory. This is not a ‘mounted’ file system. The swap partition is configured during setup, and can be extended using the ‘swapon’ command.
Reference:
Roderick W. Smith. Sybex Linux + Study Guide: page 39, 465.
Incorrect Answers:
A. You can mount an ext2 file system using the ‘mount –t ext2’ command.
B. You can mount an VFAT file system using the ‘mount –t vfat’ command.
D. You can mount an iso9660 file system using the ‘mount –t iso9660’ command (iso9660 is used for CD-ROM drives).
QUESTION NO: 2
A Linux user has sent a report to the printer queue, but then realizes he needs to make corrections to the report. He now wants to remove the report from the printer queue. Which of the following should be done?
A. Use the lpq command to remove the job
B. Use the kill command to remove the report
C. Use the lprm command to remove the report
D. Ask the superuser to remove the report from the queue because users cannot do this.
Answer: C.
Explanation:
The lprm command can be used to remove one or more print jobs from the print queue.
The command is issued with the job ID to delete a print job. The print queue and job Ids can be viewed with the lpq command.
Reference:
Roderick W. Smith. Sybex Linux + Study Guide: page 557.
Incorrect Answers:
A. The lpq command is used to view the print queue, but not to delete print jobs.
B. The kill command is used to end a process. It cannot be used to delete individual print jobs.
D. A user can delete any print jobs that belong to the user.
QUESTION NO: 3
What does the lpq command do?
A. Prints a file.
B. Removes a print job.
C. Sets up a printer on the system.
D. Shows status of the print queue.
Answer: D.
Explanation:
The lpq command is used to display the status of the print queue. The information displayed includes the print job IDs and owners.
Reference:
Roderick W. Smith. Sybex Linux + Study Guide: page 556.
Incorrect Answers:
A. The lpr command is used to print, not the lpq command.
B. The lprm command is used to remove a print job, not the lpq command.
C. The /etc/printcap file can be used to set up a printer, not the lpq command.
QUESTION NO: 4
A system administrator who has forgotten his root password on a server can do which of the following to change the root password?
A. Use the brute-force password sniffer.
B. Edit the /etc/inittab file to load without NIS.
C. Use the passwd command from the administrator group.
D. Reboot the system in runlevel 1 and use “init=/bin/sh” as a boot option.
Answer: D.
Explanation:
If you forget the root password, you can boot init into the shell and change the password using the following commands:
boot: Linux init=/bin/sh
bash# mount –o remount / -rw
bash# passwd root
Reference:
Michael J. Tobler. New Riders, Inside Linux: Page 466.
Incorrect Answers:
A. A sniffer can only be used to capture a password traveling over the network.
B. If you bypassed NIS, you would still need the local root password.
C. There is no ‘Administrator’ group in Linux. The equivalent is the ‘Root’ group. You would still need to be logged in to change the password.
QUESTION NO: 5
The system administrator needs to create two new groups, ‘develop’ and ‘admin’. Which of the following should be done to accomplish this?
A. Use the newgrp command.
B. Use the groupadd command.
C. Use the creategroup command.
D. Enter the group data in the /etc/group.conf file.
Answer: B.
Explanation:
The groupadd command is used to create new groups.
Reference:
Roderick W. Smith. Sybex Linux + Study Guide: page 270.
Incorrect Answers:
A. The newgrp command is used to change a user accounts group membership. It cannot be used to create a group.
C. Creategroup is a non-existent command.
D. There is no group.conf file.
QUESTION NO: 6
How would an administrator change the ownership of the directory /tmp/data/user1 from the account ‘user1’ to the account ‘user2’?
A. chown /tmp/data/user2 user 1
B. chown –R /tmp/data/user1 user2
C. chown –R user2 /tmp/data/user1
D. chown user2 /tmp/data/user1 user2
Answer: C.
Explanation:
The syntax of the chown command is ‘chown <new owner> <directory/file>’. The –R option makes the command recursive meaning that the ownership will be changed on the entire contents of the directory.
Reference:
Mark Minasi. Sybex, Linux for Windows NT/2000 Administrators: page 212.
Incorrect answers:
A. The syntax is incorrect.
B. The new owner should be entered before the directory/file name.
D. The new owner is entered twice. It should only be entered once.

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