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Old 08-09-2005, 03:09 AM   #1
sdudi76
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General questions - Help :-)


I have some basic question in Linux might someone help?

1.How can I fetch line number 7 from file ‘f1’ ?
a. tail -7 f1 | head -1
b. tail +7 f1 | head -1
c. head -7 f1 | tail -1
d. answers b & c are correct.


2.What’s the outcome of ‘ls 2>&1’ ?
a. regular ls.
b. all the errors will go to /dev/null.
c. all the errors will go to &1, which is the first Shell I open.
d. search for the file ‘2>&1’.


3.How can I find all the directories under ‘/etc’ and dispose all the errors?
a. find –type dir |& /dev/null.
b. ls –R /etc | find –type d > /dev/null
c. find /etc –type d 2> /dev/null.
d. find /etc –type d -noerr


4.What’s the use of ‘/dev/null’?
a. It’s a block device file.
b. It’s a device file for writing errors to.
c. It’s a device file for writing special logs to.
d. It’s a device file. What ever you send it, the system deletes.


5.How can I redirect a process output to a log file, and also see it on screen?
a. someproc > pipefile | logfile.
b. someproc | tee logfile screen
c. tee someproc | logfile
d. someproc |tee logfile



6.What’s the purpose of ‘X’ permission on a directory?
a. run the directory as a special process.
b. load the directory to the ram (memory).
c. enables to enter the directory and all of the dirs below it.
d. If a directory doesn’t have it, you can’t access it and all it’s sub-dirs.


7.Default router (or Gateway) is a must on a LAN enabled machine:
a. yes.
b. no.
c. yes, but only when I want to exit the LAN.
d. no, if I use real IP addresses for all my machines, but it’s rare.


8.How do I know the process status?
a. looking at ‘/proc/sys’.
b. by using ‘ps -ef’.
c. look at his ‘status’ field at the process table, using some command.
d. non of the above.

9. what is a:
shell, terminal/console/pts, telnet,
ftp basics, ssh, basic man.
Xwindows, Window manager


10.What those commands does:
ls –R / cd ../../.. pwd
cp –rf /home/user /tmp mv –f /bin/ls .bashrc
rm –rf / (don’t try it…) chmod 764 /home/user
chown root:sys /root/f1 ps –ef | grep pts
head -5 /etc/passwd tail +3 /etc/passwd
rpm –qf /bin/ls grep something /etc/passwd
 
Old 08-09-2005, 03:12 AM   #2
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Hmm, this would constitute school work if ever saw it... Better start cramming before test time...!!!

KC
 
Old 08-09-2005, 03:42 AM   #3
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So you're also double posting, the other thread is at http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...hreadid=351413 Reported.
 
Old 08-09-2005, 03:52 AM   #4
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Smile

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Old 08-09-2005, 04:33 AM   #5
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you havent read the rules before , right ?

"# Do not expect LQ members to do your homework - you will learn much more by doing it yourself. "

http://www.linuxquestions.org/rules.php
 
Old 08-09-2005, 08:17 AM   #6
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As has already been pointed out... it would probably take you less then half and hour to just try the commands (again, don't do rm -rf /... if you don't know.. it'll blow away your entire file system).

I'm closing this thread... good luck with your assignment.
 
  


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