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Question No: 271 – (Topic 9)

Which TWO statements about crontab are true?

  1. Every user may have their own crontab.

  2. Changing a crontab requires a reload/restart of the cron deamon.

  3. The cron daemon reloads crontab files automatically when necessary.

  4. hourly is the same as “0****”.

  5. A cron daemon must run for each existing crontab.

Answer: A,D Explanation: man crontab

Question No: 272 – (Topic 9)

How must Samba be configured, so that it can check passwords against the ones in

/etc/passwd and /etc/shadow?

  1. Set the parameter “encrypt passwords = yes” and “password file = /etc/passwd”.

  2. Set the parameter “encrypt passwords = yes” and “password file = /etc/passwd” and “password algotihm = crypt”.

  3. Delete the smbpasswd file and create a symbolic link to the passwd and shadow file

  4. It is not possible for Samba to use /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow

  5. Run smbpasswd to convert /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow to a Samba password file

Answer: D

Question No: 273 CORRECT TEXT – (Topic 9)

Which keyword is used in the /etc/inittab file to define the default system runlevel?

Answer: initdefault

Explanation: man inittab

Question No: 274 CORRECT TEXT – (Topic 9)

After a crash, the system needs to be booted into runlevel 1. Which option(s) must be typed at the LILO prompt to achieve this, assuming that the working kernel image is called ‘linux’?

Answer: linux single

Answer: linux 1

Question No: 275 CORRECT TEXT – (Topic 9)

After a lot of write operations, the changes should be written to the disk. Please enter the appropriate command, without the path or any options or parameters that would achieve this.

Answer: sync

Question No: 276 CORRECT TEXT – (Topic 9)

When using SysV init system, the file /etc/rc3.d/S55sshd is a symbolic link. Type the full path and file name to which this is linked.

Answer: /etc/init.d/sshd

Question No: 277 – (Topic 9)

The new file server is a member of the Windows domain “foo”. Which TWO of the following configuration sections will allow members of the domain group “all” to read, write and execute files in “/srv/smb/data”?

  1. [data]comment = data sharepath = /srv/smb/datawrite list = @foo allforce group =

    @foo allcreate mask = 0550directory mask = 0770

  2. [data]comment = data sharepath = /srv/smb/datawrite list = @foo allforce group =

    @foo allcreate mask = 0770directory mask = 0770

  3. [data]path = /srv/smb/datawrite list = @foo allforce group = @foo allcreate mask = 0770directory mask = 0770

  4. [data]comment = data sharepath = /srv/smb/datawrite list = @foo allforce group =

    @foo alldirectory mask = 0770

  5. [data]comment = data sharepath = /srv/smb/datawrite list = @foo allforce group = allcreate mask = 0550directory mask = 0770

Answer: B,C

Question No: 278 – (Topic 9)

Which option is used in the Samba configuration file to set which files and directories are neither visible to or accessible by the clients?

  1. hide files

  2. veto files

  3. hide special files

  4. hide dot files

  5. mangle names

Answer: B

Explanation: http://us2.samba.org/samba/docs/man/manpages-3/smb.conf.5.html

Question No: 279 – (Topic 9)

What command is used to mount a floppy disk image under /mnt/floppy?

  1. mount -l root.img /mnt/floppy

  2. mount -loop root.img /mnt/floppy

  3. mount root.img /mnt/floppy

  4. mount root.img

  5. mount -o loop root.img /mnt/floppy

Answer: E

Explanation: To mount the image file, there is one option loop should use as mounting option.

Some Mounting Options are: ro, rw, user, nouser, auto, noauto, suid, nosuid, loop etc all there options should give with -o option.

Question No: 280 – (Topic 9)

What needs to be done to enable 32 bit I/O transfer mode for (E)IDE disks, on a system running a 2.4 series Linux kernel?

  1. The Linux kernel must be recompiled.

  2. The sysctl utility must be used.

  3. The hdparm utility must be used.

  4. This feature isn’t supported in 2.4 series kernels.

  5. This feature is enabled by default in 2.4 series kernels

Answer: C Explanation:

hdparm provides a command line interface to various hard disk ioctls supported by the stock Linux ATA/IDE device driver subsystem. Some options may work correctly only with the latest kernels.

-d Disable/enable the quot;using_dmaquot; flag for this drive. This option now works with most combinations of drives and PCI interfaces which support DMA and which are known to the IDE driver. It is also a good idea to use the appropriate -X option in combination with -d1 to ensure that the drive itself is programmed for the correct DMA mode, although most BIOSs should do this for you at boot time. Using DMA nearly always gives the best performance, with fast I/O throughput and low CPU usage. But there are at least a few configurations of chipsets and drives for which DMA does not make much of a difference, or may even slow things down (on really messed up hardware!). Your mileage may vary.

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