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Unformatted text preview: the job at the scheduled time provided the local and remote hosts are using the same operating system. Answer: E QUESTION 36: What is the command to reinitialize the kernel with new values contained in the sysctl.conf file? A. sysctl -n B. sysctl -w C. sysctl -p D. sysctl -a Answer: C QUESTION 37: Which command should you execute to disable access restriction on the X server? A. xhost +&lt;username> B. xhost C. xhost D. xhost +<machinename> Answer: D QUESTION 38: LMN International uses transaction tables that record passenger flight details. The transaction tables need to be backed up automatically when the system load is not high. Which operating system (OS) utility would you use to schedule the backup? A. atrm B. cron.d C. cp D. crontab E. mv F. batch Answer: F Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-036 QUESTION 39: Which command would you use to upgrade the kernel packages and retain the configuration files? A. rpm -v B. rpm -U C. rpm -qa D. rpm -u Answer: B QUESTION 40: In which sequence of steps is the Linux kernel loaded? A. Locate the bootable disk. Check the Master Boot Record. Load the boot loader. B. Initialize the BIOS. Locate the bootable disk. Check the Master Boot Record. Initialize the hardware present on the motherboard as well as those that are attached to the motherboard. Load the boot loader. Load the selected OS kernel. C. Initialize the BIOS. Locate the bootable disk. Check the Master Boot Record. Initialize the hardware present on the motherboard as well as those that are attached to the motherboard. Mount the file systems. Load the selected OS kernel. D. Initialize the basic input/output system (BIOS). Initialize the hardware present on the motherboard as well as those that are attached to the motherboard. Locate the bootable disk. Load the boot loader. Start the init process. Load the selected operating system (OS) kernel. E. Locate the bootable disk. Check the Master Boot Record. Load the boot loader. Initialize the hardware present on the mo...
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