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Unformatted text preview: “first in, first out.” The first information that you put in one end is the first information that comes out the other end. 7. Wrem. 8. Without using rm , how can you delete a file? ( Hint: How do you rename a file?) $ mv file /dev/null 9. After burnind line? 10. Why should /var reside on a separate partition from /usr ? Files in /var change often, unlike files in /usr . When a system crashes, it is more likely that a filesystem with recently modified files will become corrupt than a stable filesystem. To lessen the chance of the data in /usr becoming corrupted when a system crashes, it is kept on a separate partition. 11. Creously. 12 2 12. How would you mount an ISO image so that you could copy files from it without burning it to a CD? $ mount -t -o loop image.iso /mnt/image See “THE LOOP DEVICE” on the mount man page for more information....
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