Introduction to Linux I Chapter 2

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 2 Exam Answer

  1. Question ID 370

    Which command is used in order to view the manual page for a topic?

    • show
    • man
    • help
    • doc
  2. Question ID 386

    The command manual ls will provide detailed information about how the ls command functions.

    True or False?

    • True
    • False
  3. Question ID 389

    Which of the following man page sections will provide an example of how a command is executed?

    • The SYNOPSIS section
    • The DESCRIPTION section
    • The FILES section
    • The NAME section
  4. Question ID 390

    The [ ] characters around day in the example cal [-smjy13] [[[day] month] year] means that day is:

    • An argument that must be “day” and nothing else
    • An option, not an argument
    • Required
    • Optional
  5. Question ID 391

    The syntax [-u|–utc|–universal] means:

    • These three options are different
    • These three options mean the same thing
    • These are required options
    • This is invalid syntax
  6. Question ID 395

    The command man 5 passwd will:

    • Display the man page of Section 5 for passwd.
    • Print the first five man pages that refer to the term passwd.
    • Not work; you can’t give a numeric argument to the man command.
    • Display the first five lines of the man page for the passwd command.
  7. Question ID 874

    To see a list of commands that are available while viewing a man page, you can type the __ character.

    • w
    • h
    • g
    • c
  8. Question ID 875

    To search for something while viewing a man page, you first type a __ character.

    • >
    • |
    • <
    • /
  9. Question ID 876

    Special file man pages are typically located in section ____.

    • 3
    • 4
    • 1
    • 2
  10. Question ID 877

    System Administration man pages are typically located in section ___.

    • 8
    • 6
    • 7
    • 9
  11. Question ID 878

    Shell command man pages are typically located in section ___.

    • 1
    • 3
    • 4
    • 2

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