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Q33. - (Topic 3)
In the vi editor, which of the following commands will copy the current line into the vi buffer?
Q34. - (Topic 1)
What information can the lspci command display about the system hardware? (Choose THREE correct answers.)
A. Device IRQ settings
B. PCI bus speed
C. System battery type
D. Device vendor identification
E. Ethernet MAC address
Q35. - (Topic 1)
Which of the following information is stored within the BIOS? (Choose TWO correct answers.)
A. Boot device order
B. Linux kernel version
D. Hardware configuration
E. The system's hostname
Q36. - (Topic 3)
What does the ? symbol within regular expressions represent?
A. Match the preceding qualifier one or more times.
B. Match the preceding qualifier zero or more times.
C. Match the preceding qualifier zero or one times.
D. Match a literal ? character.
Q37. - (Topic 1)
Which of the following are init systems used within Linux systems? (Choose THREE correct answers.)
E. SysV init
Q38. - (Topic 3)
Which of the following commands will NOT update the modify timestamp on the file /tmp/myfile.txt?
A. file /tmp/myfile.txt
B. echo "Hello" >/tmp/myfile.txt
C. sed -ie "s/1/2/" /tmp/myfile.txt
D. echo -n "Hello" >>/tmp/myfile.txt
E. touch /tmp/myfile.txt
Q39. - (Topic 4)
Which of the following commands can be used to locate programs and their corresponding man pages and configuration files?
Q40. - (Topic 1)
Which of the following statements is correct when talking about /proc/?
A. All changes to files in /proc/ are stored in /etc/proc.d/ and restored on reboot.
B. All files within /proc/ are read-only and their contents cannot be changed.
C. All changes to files in /proc/ are immediately recognized by the kernel.
D. All files within /proc/ are only readable by the root user.