Linux Essentials Chapter 2 Exam

Linux Essentials Chapter 2 Exam Answer

  1. Question ID 267

    The Samba application is a:

    • File Server
    • Web Server
    • Security Server
    • Mail Server
  2. Question ID 268

    Which of the following are examples of desktop software?

    (choose two)

    • Web server
    • File share
    • Web browser
    • Music player
    • Compiler
  3. Question ID 269

    If you wanted to set up a blog, which software would be most helpful?

    • WordPress
    • MySQL
    • Samba
    • Postfix
    • Dovecot
  4. Question ID 270

    Which of the following pieces of software deal with file sharing?

    (choose three)

    • Netatalk
    • NFS
    • X-Windows
    • Samba
    • PostgreSQL
  5. Question ID 271

    If you wanted to create and print an invoice, which software could you use?

    • Evolution
    • Firefox
    • GNOME
    • Compiz
    • LibreOffice
  6. Question ID 272

    POP and IMAP are related to:

    • Sharing files
    • Email
    • Reading and writing music
    • Serving web pages
    • Letting users log in to multiple servers with 1 set of credentials
  7. Question ID 273

    When a computer boots, it can get its network information through:

    • X11
    • DNS
    • DHCP
    • LDAP
    • SMTP
  8. Question ID 274

    Which of the following are examples of text editors?

    (choose four)

    • pico
    • emacs
    • yum
    • vim
    • nano
  9. Question ID 275

    A package manager:

    (choose two)

    • Downloads software from the Internet
    • Emails you when software is out of date
    • Keeps track of which files belong to which packages
    • Can optionally repartition your disk to make room for Linux
    • Performs a fresh install of Linux
  10. Question ID 276

    An interpreted programming language:

    (choose two)

    • Takes fewer resources to run than a compiled language
    • Tends to offer more features than compiled languages
    • Is converted into machine specific instructions as the program runs
    • Requires a linking step but no compilation step
    • Requires a compilation step but no linking step
  11. Question ID 277

    Which of the following are true about compiled programming languages?

    • Compiled languages are great for system administration tasks like scripting
    • C is a compiled language
    • Ruby is a compiled language
    • Perl is a compiled language
    • A programmer is usually more productive when using a compiled language
  12. Question ID 279

    Which package manager is used in Fedora, a Red Hat derived system?

    • vim
    • tar
    • apt-get
    • bash
    • yum
  13. Question ID 280

    The Linux shell:

    (choose three)

    • Has a scripting language
    • Has a built in text editor
    • Is responsible for tracking the location of configuration files
    • Is customizable
    • Allows you to launch programs
  14. Question ID 281

    Which application would you use to edit and piece together sound files to make podcast?

    • GIMP
    • Bash
    • Thunderbird
    • Audacity
    • Audiolicious
  15. Question ID 282

    The two main families of Linux shells are:

    (choose two)

    • Python Shell
    • Korn shell
    • emacs
    • Bourne Shell
    • C Shell
  16. Question ID 283

    Which server software would you use to create a company directory that you could search and authenticate against?

    • ISC DHCP
    • Netatalk
    • OpenLDAP
    • bind
    • Samba
  17. Question ID 284

    A Mail Transfer Agent’s primary purpose is to:

    • Filter out spam
    • Manage the end user’s inbox
    • Serve email to end clients
    • Deliver mail between servers
    • Act as a gateway between faxes and email
  18. Question ID 285

    Which of the following are examples of a web server?

    (choose two)

    • postfix
    • NFS
    • Nginx
    • WordPress
    • Apache
  19. Question ID 286

    If you wanted to let a Linux machine share files with Windows clients and servers, you would use:

    • Netatalk
    • DNS
    • Samba
    • NFS
    • bind
  20. Question ID 287

    Richard Stallman is associated with:

    • The Open Source Initiative
    • Microsoft
    • The Free Software Foundation
    • BSD Unix
    • The Apache foundation
  21. Question ID 288

    A “copyleft provision” in a software license means:

    • If you redistribute the software, you must distribute the source to any changes you make
    • You may not link against third party closed source software
    • You must provide free copies of the software if you use it
    • You must provide support for your modifications
    • You give up your copyright to the software
  22. Question ID 289

    The largest difference between the GPLv2 and BSD licenses is:

    • GPLv2 is not approved by the OSI
    • Only BSD allows commercial use
    • Nothing, they are virtually identical
    • BSD has no copyleft provision
    • GPLv2 requires assigning copyright to the FSF
  23. Question ID 290

    The Free Software Foundation believes that:

    (choose two)

    • Software should be free to modify
    • No money should ever change hands
    • Software should be free to share
    • People should write software with no expectation of making money
    • Software should not have copyright
  24. Question ID 291

    Which of the following licenses was made by the FSF?

    • MIT
    • BSD
    • GPLv3
    • Creative Commons
    • Apache
  25. Question ID 292

    A permissive free software license:

    (choose two)

    • Means you can use the software for anything you want
    • Does not allow the software to be locked to certain hardware
    • Places no restrictions on sharing modifications
    • Places the software in the public domain
    • Requires you share software changes but not binaries
  26. Question ID 293

    Linux is distributed under which license?

    • Linux Foundation
    • MIT
    • BSD
    • GPLv2
    • GPLv3
  27. Question ID 294

    Who founded the Open Source Initiative?

    (choose two)

    • Richard Stallman
    • University of California at Berkeley
    • Eric Raymond
    • Linus Torvalds
    • Bruce Perens
  28. Question ID 295

    A generic term for Open Source and Free Software is:

    • SLOFF
    • Libre Software
    • FLOSS
    • GPL
    • OS/FS
  29. Question ID 296

    Which are examples of permissive software licenses?

    (choose two)

    • GPLv3
    • GPLv2
    • LGPLv3
    • MIT
    • BSD
  30. Question ID 297

    What does it mean when a work is placed in the public domain?

    • The work was done by a government agency
    • The author has died
    • You must redistribute changes to the software
    • You may not use the work for commercial purposes
    • The author has relinquished the copyright on the work
  31. Question ID 298

    Creative Commons licenses allow you to:

    (choose three)

    • Specify whether or not people may distribute changes
    • Receive royalties on the use of the work
    • Specify whether or not changes must be shared
    • Allow or disallow commercial use
    • Get a veto on where the work is used
  32. Question ID 299

    If a podcast is licensed under the CC BY-ND license, you may:

    (choose two)

    • Use an interview or song from it for your own podcast
    • Post it to your website
    • Add ads to it and post it to your website.
    • Share it as long as you give credit to the author
    • Sell it as part of a compilation
  33. Question ID 300

    How can you make money from open source software?

    (choose three)

    • Charge a yearly fee for the right to use the software
    • Take payments for fixing bugs
    • Sell hardware that’s built to work with the software
    • Provide paid consulting services for users
    • Unlock premium features for people that pay
  34. Question ID 301

    To place software under an open source license, you must give up your copyright.

    True or False?

    • True
    • False
  35. Question ID 302

    The difference between the GPL and LGPL licenses are:

    • LGPL is shorter than GPL
    • LGPL allows linking to non GPLed software
    • LGPL applies to web services
    • LGPL was made by the OSI while GPL was made by the FSF
    • LGPL allows you to distribute the software in binary-only form
  36. Question ID 303

    Permissive free software licenses:

    (choose three)

    • Are not approved by the OSI
    • Are not approved by the FSF
    • Include the GPLv2 and BSD
    • Can allow software to be used inside closed source software
    • Don’t have a copyleft provision
  37. Question ID 304

    The Creative Commons version of Public Domain licensing is:

    • Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike
    • Attribution-NonCommercial
    • Attribution
    • NoAttribution-ShareAlike
    • No Rights Reserved
  38. Question ID 305

    Your company makes a hardware firewall that runs a custom Linux kernel. What are your obligations under GPLv2?

    • You must ensure your custom kernel runs on a regular Intel machine
    • You must make the source to your kernel available
    • There are no requirements
    • You must make the source to your custom web interface available
    • You must make your hardware designs available
  39. Question ID 306

    Participating in open source projects can improve your technical skills, even if it is not your day job.

    True or False?

    • True
    • False

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