Introduction to Linux I Chapter 26

Introduction to Linux I Chapter 26 Exam Asnwer

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  1. Question ID 843

    Which command will remove all files that belong to a Debian package?

    • apt-get erase
    • apt-get remove
    • apt-get uninstall
    • apt-get purge
  2. Question ID 844

    What command will update a single Debian package named figlet?

    • apt-get install figlet
    • apt-get freshen figlet
    • apt-get upgrade figlet
    • apt-get update figlet
  3. Question ID 845

    Which command will update the list of available packages for APT?

    • apt-cache update
    • apt-cache upgrade
    • apt-get upgrade
    • apt-get update
  4. Question ID 848

    In which file are repositories stored for Debian package management?

    • /etc/apt/source.repo
    • /etc/apt/repo.list
    • /etc/apt/sources.list
    • /etc/repo.list
  5. Question ID 849

    Which is not a tool used for Debian package management?

    • aptitude
    • synaptic
    • dpkg
    • deb
  6. Question ID 851

    How can you determine the Debian package that owns a file?

    • dpkg -f
    • dpkg -o
    • dpkg -S
    • dpkg -i
  7. Question ID 855

    How can you remove a package but not its configuration files with Debian package management?

    • dpkg -e
    • dpkg -p
    • apt-get remove
    • apt-get erase
  8. Question ID 856

    Which command may be used to get a list of the installed Debian packages?

    • dpkg -L
    • apt-get list
    • apt-get show
    • dpkg -l
  9. Question ID 857

    Which command will show the dependencies of a Debian package?

    • apt-cache requires
    • apt-get requires
    • apt-get depends
    • apt-cache depends
  10. Question ID 860

    Which two commands will show detailed information about a Debian package?

    (choose two)

    • apt-cache info
    • dpkg -i
    • apt-cache show
    • dpkg -s