1. What does the acronym RPM mean?
- Recursive Package Manager
- RPM Package Management
- Return Package Management
- Relocate Package Manager
2. One way to install new software on a Linux system is to use a package management system.. True or False?
3. When you execute the dmesg command, the system displays messages that are generated by the kernel.. True or False?
4. Which of the following are package management commands for distributions with software distributed in files ending in .deb?. (choose three)
5. Which of the following are package management commands for distributions with software distributed in files ending in .rpm?. (choose three)
6. The Linux kernel mounts the following pseudo-filesystems to provide access to information about hardware devices connected to the system:. (choose two)
7. The /proc directory contains a subdirectory for each process present on the system.. True or False?
8. The Process (PID) of the init process is
9. The process (ps) command shows only processes running in the current shell by default.. True or False?
10. The following system load averages are displayed by the top command:. (choose three)
- 5 minute
- 1 minute
- 10 minute
- 15 minute
11. The free command outputs statistics about:
- Software usage
- Memory usage
- Disk usage
- CPU usage
12. What directory typically contains log files?
13. Which log file contains messages regarding authentication and authorization?
14. All log files contain only text data.. True or False?
15. A load average of 1.0 always means the system is fully loaded.. True or False?
16. A command that will continuously update statistics about running processes:
17. The following are valid Linux option styles:. (choose three)
- DOS slash (/)
- BSD Unix without a dash
- Traditional Unix with a single dash (-)
- GNU long options with two dashes (–)
18. Which file contains the information passed to the kernel at boot time?
19. To make changes permanent for kernel parameter files found under /proc/sys, the following file can have entries added to it:
20. To get a list of all packages installed on a system using RPM Package Management you can execute:
- rpm -ql
- rpm -qa
- rpm -qf
- rpm -qi