What is a Linux distribution? A . The Linux file system as seen from the root account after mounting all file systems. B . A bundling of the Linux kernel, system utilities and other software. C . The set of rules which governs the distribution of Linux kernel source code. D . An operating system based on Linux but incompatible to the regular Linux kernel. E . A set of changes to Linux which enable Linux to run on another processor architecture.
Members of a team already have experience using Red Hat Enterprise Linux. For a small hobby project, the team wants to set up a Linux server without paying for a subscription.
Which of the following Linux distributions allows the team members to apply as much of their Red Hat Enterprise Linux knowledge as possible? A . Ubuntu Linux LTS B . Raspbian C . Debian GNU/Linux D . CentOS E . openSUSE
What are the differences between hard disk drives and solid state disks? (Choose two.) A . Hard disks have a motor and moving parts, solid state disks do not. B . Hard disks can fail due to physical damage, while solid state disks cannot fail. C . Solid state disks can store many times as much data as hard disk drives. D . /dev/sdais a hard disk device while /dev/ssda is a solid state disk. E . Solid state disks provide faster access to stored data than hard disks.
What is true about the owner of a file? A . Each file is owned by exactly one user and one group. B . The owner of a file always has full permissions when accessing the file. C . The user owning a file must be a member of the file’s group. D . When a user is deleted, all files owned by the user disappear. E . The owner of a file cannot be changed once it is assigned to an owner.