Introduction to Linux I Chapter 19

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 19 Exam Answer

  1. Question ID 649

    A device name of /dev/hda1 indicates this partition is on which type of device?

    • IDE
    • CDROM
    • Logical Volume
    • SATA
  2. Question ID 650

    A device name of /dev/sda1 indicates this partition is on which type of device?

    • IDE
    • SATA
    • CDROM
    • Logical Volume
  3. Question ID 664

    Which of the following is not a common reason to create a partition?

    • To support multiple operating systems on a single computer
    • To increase the security of a filesystem
    • To make it easier to keep home directories during a software upgrade
    • To increase fragmentation of free space across the disk
  4. Question ID 665

    Which directories are typically writable to all users?

    (choose two)

    • /home
    • /var/tmp
    • /
    • /tmp
  5. Question ID 666

    Which directory is the root file system mounted on?

    • /rootfs
    • /root
    • /
    • /home
  6. Question ID 667

    In which directory are you most likely to find software from third-party publishers?

    • /opt
    • /var/lib
    • /usr/local
    • /usr/third
  7. Question ID 668

    Which directory does not have to be a part of the root filesystem?

    • /home
    • /etc
    • /lib
    • /bin
  8. Question ID 691

    Which of the following filesystems does not support journaling?

    • ext2
    • ext3
    • jfs
    • ext4
  9. Question ID 922

    A system that contains Linux as well as a Microsoft Windows operating system is called a:

    • This sort of system cannot exist
    • Dual boot system
    • A file base system
    • Multi environment system
  10. Question ID 923

    In what directory are you most likely to find user’s home directories?

    • /usr/third
    • /home
    • /var/lib
    • /usr/local
  11. Question ID 924

    Virtual memory is also referred to as:

    • Swap memory
    • Test memory
    • Soft memory
    • Hard memory
  12. Question ID 925

    Which directory structure has directories which may have heavy activity for services like mail, ftp, httpd and printing?

    • /root
    • /home
    • /var
    • /rootfs
  13. Question ID 926

    Which directory structure contains the bulk of the operating system’s files:

    • /rootfs
    • /usr
    • /root
    • /home

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