Introduction to Linux II

Introduction to Linux II Chapter 10 Exam Answer 2016

1. The system clock calculates time as number of seconds elapsed since: 01-Jan-2000 00:00:00 01-Jan-1980 00:00:00 The base time set at the time of... Read more »

Introduction to Linux II Chapter 9 Exam Answer 2016

1. Which of the following parameters is not referred by locale? Character classification Digital signatures Numeric representation Monetary symbols 2. For locally run programs,... Read more »

Introduction to Linux II Chapter 8 Exam Answer 2016

1. The daemon associated with the cron utility is called the ___________ daemon. cdaemon crondaemon crond cron 2. The crontab command can be used... Read more »

Introduction to Linux II Chapter 7 Exam Answer 2016

1. A normal (non root) user has which type of access to the /etc/passwd file? Read only Execute, read, and write Read and write... Read more »

Introduction to Linux II Chapter 6 Exam Answer 2016

Question ID 1143 Accessibility within a GUI environment can be improved by which of the following? Screen magnifier Automatic clicking Text-to-speech screen reader All... Read more »

Introduction to Linux II Chapter 5 Exam Answer 2016

1. If no desktop environment is installed, which of the following display managers is likely to be used? lightdm kdm xdm gdm 2. The... Read more »

Introduction to Linux II Chapter 4 Exam Answer 2016

1. A GUI is intended to provide users a visual way of issuing commands to the computer through the use of WIMP. The acronym... Read more »

Introduction to Linux II Chapter 3 Exam Answer 2016

1. The acronym SQL stands for: System Query Language Structured Query Language Systematic Query Level Structured Qualitative Language 2. Data manipulation statements cannot be... Read more »

Introduction to Linux II Chapter 2 Exam Answer 2016

1. Which of the following steps is NOT performed while creating a shell script? Create a file with commands Make the file executable Login... Read more »

Introduction to Linux II Chapter 1 Exam Answer 2016

1. Which of the following is a valid variable assignment? 2=xyz APP_VAR=’zero’ alpha-init=5 MY VAR= “set to one” 2. Shell variables are case insensitive..... Read more »