The GNU project was started by Free Software Foundation (FSF) with a goal to create a free UNIX Clone. What do you understand by the term free as per the terms of FSF?
The source code will be provided free of cost with the software.
The software is fully free and is charged only to fix breakdowns
The software is distributed free in runnable (installable) form with no cost
The software is distributed free but does not offer the freedom to redistribute it.
You have logged in as a normal user bob and use write and wall to chat with other users. How are you able to chat with other user terminals?
because the SGID bit is set on both the write and wall commands, and the group ownership is set to root
because the SUID bit is set on both the write and wall commands, and the group ownership is set to tty
because the SUID bit is set on both the write and wall commands, and the group ownership is set to root
because the SGID bit is set on both the write and wall commands, and group ownership is set to tty
You have set HISTCONTROL=ignore both. What are the implications of this setting on history?
It saves both duplicates and commands prefixed with a space.
It ignores commands prefixed with a space but saves duplicates.
It ignores duplicates but saves the commands prefixed with space.
It ignores both the duplicate commands and commands prefixed with a space.
Identify the XDMCP query type in which a client machine connects to the first available machine to get a list of all machines to which it can connect.
Identify two correct statements about the cp command in association with the inode table. (Choose two.)
Deletes the old directory entry with the old file name
Allocates a free inode number placing a new entry in the inode table
Has no impact on the inode table (except for time stamp or location of data on disk)
Creates a new directory entry that associates with a new name and inode number
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