A. What is a delimiter?
A. A arrangement of one or more characters used to specify the limit between separate,
independent regions in plain text or other data stream.
B. What are the symbols (*) and (.) used for in regular e
2.1 Research Assignment
October 6, 2013
Today I am going to explain about three different commands which are related to the
system as Linux. Linux has many different kinds of command that we can use but for me I will
1. Which company originally created NIS under the name Yellow Pages, and then
later changed the name since it was owned by another corporation?
A. Sun Microsystems
2. What configuration
What change is necessary to make sendmail listen to all network traffic on port 25?
What file would you edit?
"hello" change and you have to edit the mail server file.
1. JetDirect, LPD/LPR, IPP, and SMB.
2. It is The Internet Printing Protocol (IPP).
3. lpadmin, a CUPS web interface, and system config printer.
Itt Tech Linux Assignment 6.1
1. What kind of server responds to recursive queries? How does this server work?
A DNS server that is setup with to perform recursive queries or an SQL
Homework Assignment 4.1
1. Submit written answers to the following questions:
a. What command can be used to view a list of directory hierarchies, including the
file system type? The DIR command in MS-DOS and Windows comma
Itt Tech Linux Assignment 5.1
A. How is vsftpd more secure than most other FTP servers?
VSFTPD is more secure than FTPD, because it does not run with root
B. What is the
1. What is Mandatory Access Control? Why is it better than Discretionary Access
* Mandatory access control (MAC) refers to a type of access control by which the
Homework Assignment 1.1
1. List the number and name of each runlevel as used by Fedora/Red Hat Linux.
0 = Halt Shuts down the system
1 = Single User Mode for administrative tasks
2 = Multiuser without NFS - Doe