Originally Posted by Xx Skorch xX
Ethics you are exactly right. I have no way of checking my answers except by the use of a search engine but theres way to many questions for that.
Perhaps the authors point is that it's VERY VERY VERY difficult to know everything you need to know about any subject (especially something developing as fast as Linux). So the next best thing is being able to work out where to obtain/reference some information, analyse it and conclude your own answers.
I realise i'm not helping your problem at all in that you want the answers but if you have too many questions to search then that would indicate you are just rolling through your answers with a right/wrong attitude, and not giving the time to research the why and how as i stated above, and i feel that is always a detrement to peoples learning.
Perhaps if you posted some of the questions and your answers people would be kind enough to help you out.
Note: this is not to say people are going to mark your answers for you, nor will they help if you say "what is the answer to n"