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Old 10-14-2003, 03:59 AM   #1
SainT1337
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Linux + Cert...


Hi

I'm studying for my CompTIA Linux+ Cert. Can all the linux guru's please help me out with some test questions as follows (Sorry for the long post...

Thanks a mil

1.) Which one of the following programs is often used in the elimination of spam?
Choice 1
procmail
Choice 2
mailx
Choice 3
mutt
Choice 4
fetchmail
Choice 5
Netscape Messenger

2.) Which one of the following programs is often used in the elimination of spam?
Choice 1
procmail
Choice 2
mailx
Choice 3
mutt
Choice 4
fetchmail
Choice 5
Netscape Messenger

3.)When typing "ifconfig ppp0", the reported IP is 0.0.0.0. Which one of the following might be the problem?
Choice 1
Your current IP address is 0.0.0.0.
Choice 2
You forgot to specify your IP address in /etc/hosts.
Choice 3
The dialout process has not occurred yet.
Choice 4
The modem was not detected.
Choice 5
The remote server did not assign an IP address.

4.) Scenario
A common security problem on many operating systems is a buffer overflow.
Based on the above, which one of the following does a buffer overflow exploit?
Choice 1
It takes advantage of insufficient buffers in the /etc/config.sys file.
Choice 2
It takes advantage of a system administrators lack of buffer checking. The bufferchk process should be run regularly to prevent this problem.
Choice 3
It takes advantage of a lack of proper verification of user input by the program in question. A user can send too much information.
Choice 4
It takes advantage of the buffered input provided by the standard I/O libraries. Even though buffered input speeds up system calls, it reduces security.
Choice 5
It takes advantage of a computer with insufficient memory. New computers with a lot of memory do not have this problem.
Linux Administration (General), Question 4 of 40

5.) Sample Code
$ whoami
user
$ ls -alg
-rw-rw-r-- 1 user user 7 Feb 5 15:37 -iplock
$ rm -iplock
rm: invalid option -- p
Try `rm --help' for more information.
$
Based on the above, which one of the following allows you to remove the file -iplock?
Choice 1
This file cannot be removed.
Choice 2
Type rm -f -iplock to force removal of -iplock.
Choice 3
Type rm -- -iplock.
Choice 4
Type rm -i * to delete interactively. Say no to all files except -iplock.
Choice 5
This file is a named pipe and cannot be removed without shutting down the daemon that is connected to the pipe.
Linux Administration (General), Question 5 of 40

6.) Sample Code
$ whoami
user
$ ls -alg
-rw-rw-r-- 1 user user 7 Feb 5 15:37 -iplock
$ rm -iplock
rm: invalid option -- p
Try `rm --help' for more information.
$
Based on the above, which one of the following allows you to remove the file -iplock?
Choice 1
This file cannot be removed.
Choice 2
Type rm -f -iplock to force removal of -iplock.
Choice 3
Type rm -- -iplock.
Choice 4
Type rm -i * to delete interactively. Say no to all files except -iplock.
Choice 5
This file is a named pipe and cannot be removed without shutting down the daemon that is connected to the pipe.
Linux Administration (General), Question 5 of 40
Which one of the following do you do if you forget your root password?
Choice 1
Reset the machine's BIOS.
Choice 2
Enter "linux rescue" at the LILO prompt.
Choice 3
Hold Ctrl+Alt+Shift while the system is loading.
Choice 4
Enter "linux root=/dev/null" at the LILO prompt.
Choice 5
Enter "linux single" at the LILO prompt.
Linux Administration (General), Question 7 of 40

7.) Which one of the following do you do if you forget your root password?
Choice 1
Reset the machine's BIOS.
Choice 2
Enter "linux rescue" at the LILO prompt.
Choice 3
Hold Ctrl+Alt+Shift while the system is loading.
Choice 4
Enter "linux root=/dev/null" at the LILO prompt.
Choice 5
Enter "linux single" at the LILO prompt.
Linux Administration (General), Question 7 of 40

8.) What files do you edit in order to configure your bind 8 to support a new zone?
Choice 1
named.conf and a zone configuration file.
Choice 2
named.conf only.
Choice 3
named.boot and named.conf
Choice 4
named.boot only.
Choice 5
named.boot and a zone configuration file.

9.) Which one of the following does NFS do?
Choice 1
It provides the New File System that supports journaling and crash recovery.
Choice 2
It provides quota support for network users.
Choice 3
It provides a security layer to the local file system.
Choice 4
It provides the Next File System, which is a replacement for ext2.
Choice 5
It provides network sharing of remote files.
Linux Administration (General), Question 10 of 40

10.) Why do many Linux distributions come with the "shadow password suite" installed by default?
Choice 1
To allow users to change their passwords themselves
Choice 2
To prevent users from cracking other users' passwords
Choice 3
To prevent cracking using a hacked /bin/login binary
Choice 4
To allow the usage of longer passwords
Choice 5
To speed up the login process
Linux Administration (General), Question 11 of 40

11.) When buying a hardware SCSI RAID controller, which one of the following helps you find one that is supported in Linux?
Choice 1
Look for one that supports ASPI. ASPI is an industry-wide standard for SCSI RAID and is well-supported in Linux.
Choice 2
Look for a controller that is supported in Netware. Linux currently supports all Netware-compatible boot devices.
Choice 3
Download the latest stable kernel and check the config options. Most that are supported have a configuration selection.
Choice 4
Look for a controller that is plug and play. Plug and play devices are sure to work in Linux.
Choice 5
There are no hardware RAID systems that are supported in Linux. There are options to use software emulation to create Pseudo-RAIDs.
Linux Administration (General), Question 12 of 40

12.) Scenario
You want to allow users to have a home page. Your httpd.conf contains the UserDir directive, and you instructed all users to put their pages into "public_html" directories, but the users complain that nobody can access their pages.
What is the reason for the problem described above?
Choice 1
The Web server is not setuid root.
Choice 2
The server was not restarted.
Choice 3
The users' home directories do not have an execute permission set for all users.
Choice 4
The users must also have an .htaccess file in public_html.
Choice 5
All the Web pages must reside in the Web server home directory before any users can access the user's pages.
Linux Administration (General), Question 13 of 40

13.) Sample Code
$ nslookup
> set q=mx
> server.domain.com
What are you trying to do if you use the above sample code?
Choice 1
Get a list of name servers serving domain.com.
Choice 2
Find out which IP corresponds with mx.server.domain.com.
Choice 3
Get updated cache data for a caching proxy server.
Choice 4
Find out which server handles the mail of server.domain.com.
Choice 5
Find out the list of hosts in server.domain.com.
Linux Administration (General), Question 14 of 40

14.) Sample Code
$ nslookup
> set q=mx
> server.domain.com
What are you trying to do if you use the above sample code?
Choice 1
Get a list of name servers serving domain.com.
Choice 2
Find out which IP corresponds with mx.server.domain.com.
Choice 3
Get updated cache data for a caching proxy server.
Choice 4
Find out which server handles the mail of server.domain.com.
Choice 5
Find out the list of hosts in server.domain.com.

15.) Core files may present which one of the following security risks?
Choice 1
Core files are not a security risk.
Choice 2
They allow unrestricted access to the kernel's core memory area.
Choice 3
They slow down the system.
Choice 4
They take up so much space that a denial of service attack can be constructed by causing a lot of core files to be created.
Choice 5
They may contain passwords and other sensitive information.

16.) Sample Code
md driver 0.90.0 MAX_MD_DEVS=256, MAX_REAL=12
The above message may appear when you boot your system. What is the purpose of the md driver?
Choice 1
Detecting known bugs in the MD sound cards
Choice 2
Detecting and managing Mitsumi CD-ROM drives
Choice 3
Detecting and managing MD chipsets
Choice 4
Detecting and managing software RAID arrays
Choice 5
Detecting known bugs in the CPU

17.) You wish to be paged with a list of users at a remote site to your alphanumeric pager when a user from a certain ISP attempts to log into your system.
Based on the above, which one of the following allows you to do this?
Choice 1
In /etc/hosts.allow:
in.fingerd: *.ispname.com: (/usr/sbin/safe_finger -l @%h | /usr/bin/mailx -s %d-%h 5555555@pager ) &
Choice 2
In /etc/hosts:
*.ispname.com mailx -s "Intruder alert `finger @%h`" 5555555@pager
Choice 3
In /etc/tcpfilters:
*.ispname.comENY:mpages 5555555@pager
Choice 4
In /etc/hosts.allow:
in.telnetd:ispname.: mail `finger -l @%n` 5555555@pager
Choice 5
In /etc/hosts.deny:
in.telnetd: .ispname.com: (/usr/sbin/safe_finger -l @%h | /usr/bin/mail -s %d-%h 5555555@pager ) &
Linux Administration (General), Question 17 of 40

18.) Which one of the following commands helps you find out who is ping flooding your system?
Choice 1
ipfwadm
Choice 2
nsof
Choice 3
ipchains
Choice 4
tcpdump
Choice 5
netstat
Linux Administration (General), Question 18 of 40

19.) Sample Code
# route
Kernel IP routing table
Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface
localnet * 255.255.255.0 U 0 0 0 eth0
default router 0.0.0.0 UG 1 0 0 eth0
Which one of the following describes the meaning of "U Flags" in the above code?
Choice 1
The route is unavailable.
Choice 2
The route is unconfigured.
Choice 3
The route is unused.
Choice 4
The route is unknown.
Choice 5
The route is up.
Linux Administration (General), Question 19 of 40


20.) You have installed a firewall between your company's WAN and the local LAN. The local system administrator asks you to allow his SOCKS server to pass the firewall.
Referring to the above, which port or ports must you unblock?
Choice 1
80
Choice 2
1080
Choice 3
1090
Choice 4
6000-7000
Choice 5
9000
Linux Administration (General), Question 20 of 40


21.) Without using RAID, which one of the following can be done to speed up disk access on a Linux system?
Choice 1
Use --enable_read_ahead in the options when mounting the drive to enable read-ahead caching.
Choice 2
Type "echo 0x1224 > /dev/hda1" to enable consecutive writes.
Choice 3
Put /boot on a drive distinct from the root directory. Boot code is often swapped out and needs to be reread.
Choice 4
Put commonly used libraries, programs, and swap on separate drives.
Choice 5
Type "echo 0x23112 > /proc/partitions" to enable supercache for disk access.
Linux Administration (General), Question 21 of 40


22.) Sample Code
A "Display" subsection is required in each "Screen" section.
How do you fix the above problem?
Choice 1
Edit the X configuration file.
Choice 2
Ignore the error; the Xterm will run anyway.
Choice 3
Restart the Xterm that is causing the problem.
Choice 4
Restart X to clear the problem and restart the xterms.
Choice 5
Remove the X configuration file and start X.
Linux Administration (General), Question 22 of 40


23.) For which one of the following reasons is the sticky bit used?
Choice 1
It ensures that programs are not swapped to virtual memory.
Choice 2
It differentiates device files from normal files.
Choice 3
It marks non-removable files.
Choice 4
It defines small sticky note-type files that are used for storing transient data.
Choice 5
It ensures that only a file's owner can remove files in a directory.
Linux Administration (General), Question 23 of 40



24.) Scenario
Jane wants to remotely check which services are available on her network,
Based on the above, which one of the following programs is useful?
Choice 1
nmap
Choice 2
chkexploit
Choice 3
ping
Choice 4
COPS
Choice 5
smurf



25.) Scenario
You have been hired as a new administrator of an existing Linux network. The previous administrator left without telling anyone the root password to the server, and she cannot be reached.
Based on the above, which one of the following allows you to get root access from the console and to change the unknown password to a new one?
Choice 1
Without the root password, it is virtually impossible to get into Linux to do administrative tasks. The only way to fix the problem is to reinstall Linux completely. Once you have reinstalled, you should load the old data from tape backup.
Choice 2
You have to run John the Ripper password cracker on the /etc/passwd file. This will crack all passwords in this file. If shadow passwords are used, you will not be able to crack the passwords, and you must reinstall Linux.
Choice 3
Reboot using a boot disk. When you get the # prompt, type "set newroot passwd" and you will be prompted for a new root password. Reboot again and use the new root password you just set to log in. Type "reboot".
Choice 4
Reboot the server. When the system is starting, press the left shift key to get to LILO. When you get the LILO prompt, type "linux root=/dev/hda1 rw init=/bin/sh". When you get the # prompt, type "passwd" to change the password. Type "sync" and "reboot".
Choice 5
Reboot the server. When the system is starting, press the left shift key to get to LILO. When you get the LILO prompt, type "linux rootpass=newpasswd"; newpasswd will become root's new password.
Linux Administration (General), Question 25 of 40



Scenario
After compiling and installing a new kernel, you edit /etc/lilo.conf to include the new kernel. After you reboot, the old kernel still loads up.
Based on the above, which one of the following explains what went WRONG?
Choice 1
You forgot to run "make mrproper" when creating the kernel. Mrproper makes sure the proper kernel is installed.
Choice 2
You forgot to run lilo before rebooting. Lilo did not update the MBR with the new boot information.
Choice 3
You forgot to run "make clean" to clean up the old kernel. Since the old kernel was not cleaned, the system still boots to it.
Choice 4
You forgot to include kernel=ask in the /etc/lilo.conf file, so it did not ask which kernel to use by default.
Choice 5
When building the kernel, you used "make oldconfig", which rebuilt and installed the old kernel.

26.) Code
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
Which one of the following programs can be used to diagnose the problem above?
Choice 1
gdb
Choice 2
debugfs
Choice 3
find
Choice 4
debug
Choice 5
corechk


27.) You are used to configuring Linux 2.2.x firewalls with the "ipchains" command; however, you are now faced with a system running kernel 2.0.x. What command do you use to accomplish the same tasks?
Choice 1
ipfwadm
Choice 2
ipchain
Choice 3
ipfirewall
Choice 4
ipautofw
Choice 5
ipchains
Linux Administration (General), Question 28 of 40


28.) ario
You are looking for a high speed SQL database backend for a Web site, and you do not need transaction support.
Based on the above, which one of the following is a good option?
Choice 1
mSQL
Choice 2
PostgreSQL
Choice 3
DBM
Choice 4
Sybase
Choice 5
MySQL
Linux Administration (General), Question 29 of 40

29.) What is the default log file for syslog?
Choice 1
/usr/tmp/syslog
Choice 2
/var/log/syslog
Choice 3
/var/log
Choice 4
/var/log/messages
Choice 5
/var/adm/message
Linux Administration (General), Question 30 of 40

30.) Scenario
You have a 486 system with 8 MB of memory, and you want to set up Linux on it for use as a network router. When you start the install, the setup disk begins to boot, but you soon get a message that there is insufficient memory.
Based on the above, which one of the following can you do?
Choice 1
Linux cannot be used as a network router.
Choice 2
Run a memory diagnostic program to check for bad memory.
Choice 3
Compile a more basic kernel on another machine for use on this one.
Choice 4
Forget the whole idea; Linux requires at least a Pentium class system.
Choice 5
Buy more memory; Linux requires at least 32 MB of memory.
Linux Administration (General), Question 31 of 40





31.) Scenario
You have a new cable modem connection. The cable provider requires you to use its gateway to access the net. You want to use Linux masquerading capabilities to let other systems to go on the net.
Referring to the above, which IP do you use as the gateway on other systems?
Choice 1
The system's own IP
Choice 2
There is no need for a gateway on other systems.
Choice 3
The cable modem's IP
Choice 4
The provider's gateway IP
Choice 5
The Linux server's network card IP
Linux Administration (General), Question 32 of 40



32.) Code
hda: write_intr: status=0x71 { DriveReady DeviceFault SeekComplete
Error }
hda: write_intr: error=0x10 { SectorIdNotFound },
LBAsect=2329471, sector=5
You see the above error on your server console one morning. What is the problem?
Choice 1
The hard disk spun down and could not spin up.
Choice 2
The hard disk is full.
Choice 3
The system cannot find required drivers.
Choice 4
The system has been rebooted without first unmounting partitions.
Choice 5
The hard disk is failing.



33.) What was the main problem the QT library had when the KDE team began using it?
Choice 1
Everyone was using the GTK library.
Choice 2
The author asked for a large amount of money from the developers.
Choice 3
It was being developed in a foreign country.
Choice 4
It was still in alpha stage.
Choice 5
It had license restrictions.



35.) $ ping 192.168.100.1
PING 192.168.100.1 (192.168.100.1): 56 data bytes
ping: sendto: Network is unreachable
ping: wrote 192.168.100.1 64 chars, ret=-1
ping: sendto: Network is unreachable
ping: wrote 192.168.100.1 64 chars, ret=-1

--- 192.168.100.1 ping statistics ---
Which one of the following is a good place to begin diagnosing the above networking problem?
Choice 1
Run the netstat program to discover the status of the network. Netstat will tell you if the network status is down.
Choice 2
Run ifconfig and route or netstat to check for the proper settings.
Choice 3
The outgoing TCP buffer is full; use the tcpdchk program to check the buffer and clear any stale entries.
Choice 4
Run the inetd daemon. The network will not work properly unless it is started.
Choice 5
The error is because 192.168.100.1 is a non-routed IP address and cannot be used. Try a different IP address to fix the problem.



36.) You wrote a program, and you want to release it under a license that assures that any modifications to your code are made available to whoever receives the program if the modified program is distributed.
Based on the above, which one of the following licenses is appropriate?
Choice 1
MPL
Choice 2
SSL
Choice 3
BSD
Choice 4
Artistic
Choice 5
GPL
Linux Administration (General), Question 36 of 40



37.) Which one of the following libraries is NOT a graphical X toolkit?
Choice 1
Xt
Choice 2
Xlib
Choice 3
Xm
Choice 4
Xum
Choice 5
GDK
Linux Administration (General), Question 37 of 40


38.) /dev/hda1 * 1 128 1028128+ 83 Linux native
The above line is from the fdisk command. What does the * mean in that line?
Choice 1
A limitation in the partition table
Choice 2
The first partition on the disk
Choice 3
An invalid partition
Choice 4
Nothing
Choice 5
A partition marked as bootable
Linux Administration (General), Question 38 of 40


39.) Code
brw-rw-r-- 1 root root 2, 0 May 5 1998 /dev/fd0
Above is the floppy device. You want to allow selected users to have full access to the floppy drive. What is the best solution?
Choice 1
Use chown root.users /dev/fd0 and give the users partial root access with the su command.
Choice 2
Change the type of the device to character mode (=c) because block devices cannot be shared.
Choice 3
Make a symlink to the /dev/users virtual device.
Choice 4
Change the group to floppy and add those users to group floppy.
Choice 5
Use chmod 666 /dev/fd0 so everyone can read the floppy drive.
Linux Administration (General), Question 39 of 40


40.) Which one of the following does NOT allow you to configure Samba shares?
Choice 1
vi smb.conf
Choice 2
Setup
Choice 3
WebMin
Choice 4
LinuxConf
Choice 5
SWAT


Thanks again
 
Old 10-14-2003, 06:13 AM   #2
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You are joking, right?
 
Old 10-14-2003, 07:14 AM   #3
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Quote:
Originally posted by ilikejam
You are joking, right?
Not actually, There's prob. someone out there who is really bored and would like to help me out, but I doubt it...

Oh well
 
Old 10-14-2003, 01:40 PM   #4
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can you not figure these out yourself or do you just want somebody to do your work for you?
 
Old 10-14-2003, 02:06 PM   #5
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Quote:
Originally posted by SainT1337
Not actually, There's prob. someone out there who is really bored and would like to help me out, but I doubt it...

Oh well
Why can't you do your own homework?
 
Old 10-14-2003, 09:08 PM   #6
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Dude....

I took and passed the Linux + test by studying at home on my own (reading books and surfing the web)

I found the Exam Cram book and the Sybex book to be very helpful.

Well.....you have a lot of reading to do. Please don't expect to post a load of questions and get them answered. I found the answers to all of those questions in my books.

Funny thing is..... I still remember the answers too

Hmm.......just not gonna type them here.
 
Old 10-16-2003, 12:46 AM   #7
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Um like I said I'm studying and I've got all the answered... I just wanted to double check myself, if you look at my post it said if anyone is b0red and wanted to help me out - so obviousely no one's bored....



Quote:
Originally posted by Whitehat
Dude....

I took and passed the Linux + test by studying at home on my own (reading books and surfing the web)

I found the Exam Cram book and the Sybex book to be very helpful.

Well.....you have a lot of reading to do. Please don't expect to post a load of questions and get them answered. I found the answers to all of those questions in my books.

Funny thing is..... I still remember the answers too

Hmm.......just not gonna type them here.
And for Whitehat - I'm happy for you and your linux+ cert and your dog and don't worry to post those answeres cuz it's prob. all wrong anywway and your'e just a paper linux+ like everyone I know...

Nice chatting to everyone

SnT
 
Old 10-16-2003, 02:38 AM   #8
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quote:
And for Whitehat - I'm happy for you and your linux+ cert and your dog and don't worry to post those answeres cuz it's prob. all wrong anywway and your'e just a paper linux+ like everyone I know...


SainT1337, I don't know were that came from, but if you would do alittle searching, I am sure you would find out Whitehat is not "just a paper linux+ like everyone I know..."
With comments like that, it will only make it harder for you to get any help if that is what you really want.
Oh yea, I am bored.
 
Old 10-16-2003, 08:03 AM   #9
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All hail to whitehat... Hey Whitehat please don't get my ip off this list and h4x0r all my s3x0r picz... please
 
Old 10-16-2003, 08:30 AM   #10
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note to self:

Add SainT1337 to ignore list
 
Old 10-16-2003, 08:43 AM   #11
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Add SainT1337 to ignore list
That's what I do with everyone , who uses "leet-speak" anyway.
It's a dead give-away , y'know....
 
Old 10-16-2003, 10:40 AM   #12
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Haha what a lazy bastard! If he googled he could get all the answers to his questions! Idiot
 
Old 10-16-2003, 10:50 AM   #13
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Hey!
It's not nice to make fun of the mentally challenged , y'know.
(But no-one ever said anything about "fun" in this regard... )
 
Old 11-06-2003, 11:21 AM   #14
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thank you saint for a list of test questions that I can use in the future. Since you have the answers now could I ask you to post them please so we can learn them.

Thank you
 
Old 11-08-2003, 12:38 AM   #15
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Why don't you ask Whitehat, I'm sure he'll be more than helpfull...
 
  


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