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1. Which SysV init configuration file should be modified to disable the ctrl-alt-delete key combination?

2. During a system boot cycle, what program is executed after the BIOS completes its tasks?

3. Which run levels should never be declared as the default run level when using SysV init? (Choose TWO correct answers.)

4. Which of the following statements is correct when talking about /proc/?

5. What of the following statements are true regarding /dev/ when using udev? (Choose TWO correct answers.)

6. Which of the following information is stored within the BIOS? (Choose TWO correct answers.)

7. Which of the following commands reboots the system when using SysV init? (Choose TWO correct answers.)

8. Which of the following are init systems used within Linux systems? (Choose THREE correct answers.)

9. SUMULATION

Which file in the /proc filesystem lists parameters passed from the bootloader to the kernel? (Specify the file name only without any path.)

10. What information can the lspci command display about the system hardware? (Choose THREE correct answers.)


 

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