ps command is use to list processs running on your Linux system. Provide five
examples using the ps command
Most commonly used ps command to list all the process which are currently running in
a machine. The option -e is used to display a
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the Linux operating system and will access resources, as well as share resources, with Linx,
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Linux shells are used to enter commands to perform functions in your Linux distribution.
Describe the shells which are available. Which one would be your preference? Why?
The different Linux shells that are available are:
Bourne Shell or sh is one of the
Provide the steps required to create and then mount a filesystem:
After partitioning a hard drive you need to create a filesystem before you can use it. To create a
filesystem you would use the following steps:
1. You need to decide what kind of file syst
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EIGRP Neighbor Loss Detection: What are the reasons for relatively fast EIGRP neighbor
loss detection on point-to-point subinterfaces?
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Which type of looping script executes while a condition is true?
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‘i'ou are creating a scriptto run in a BASH shell session. What line of code should you write as
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2.3.3 - Localization Facts
A locale is a set of files that Linux uses to determine country and language specific settings for various
Determine the way data displays on a computer.
The language and encoding of the text displayed o
1.10.3 - Link Facts
Links are files that point to another file. Linux uses two types of links that you need to be
A hard link is a duplicate entry in the file system that points to a specific piece of
data on the disk drive
2.1.3 - System Design Facts
Planning and designing a Linux installation has the following advantages:
A plan ensures that the installer knows exactly what should happen during the
installation. The plan places all the information in the installer's hands
3.1.2 - Linux Boot Process Facts
The boot process for a Linux computer includes the following general stages:
In the BIOS stage, BIOS is loaded and the system hardware is identified. The
following steps take place:
1. Power is supplied to th
10.1.2 - Log File Facts
Common log files include:
The system writes messages generated during the boot process to either the
boot.log or boot.msg file depending on the distribution.
12.1.4 - root User Facts
The root user account is the Linux system superuser and can perform any task. Some Linux
commands cannot be run by anyone but the root user. The root account is created during the
installation process, and it receives the account
7.1.4 - MBR Partition Management Facts
The master boot record (MBR) partition format has been used by many operating systems, including
Linux, since the 1980s. Because of its age, the MBR partition format has many limitations:
The master boot record must
8.1.4 - Device Driver Facts
A device driver is a software component that allows a hardware device to communicate with the
operating system of a computer. Drivers allow an operating system to correctly interpret and
implement the signals that come from the
7.3.3 - LVM Facts
The Logical Volume Manager (LVM) provides an alternative method to managing partitions on a
Linux system. LVM gives a system administrator more flexibility in allocating storage on a
system. Important aspects of LVM include:
You can (wi
9.1.3 - Process Facts
A process refers to a program that is loaded into memory and is currently running on the system CPU.
The following file types can create processes on a Linux system:
A binary executable is a program
1.12.4 - File Search Facts
Use the following commands to find file locations:
Searches through all files based on the
file system by name, file size, time
created, and other options. Be aware of
the following find comman
11.1.2 - IP Protocol Facts
A protocol is a set of standards for communication between network hosts. Protocols often provide
services, such as email or file transfer. Most protocols are not intended to be used alone, but instead
rely on and interact with
2.2.3 - Linux Installation Facts
The following table describes the general steps necessary to install a Linux operating system:
In many cases, this step involves booting the computer from installation
media. The BIOS may need to be config
1.12.7 - Content Search Facts
The grep command searches through file text for specific words or character patterns. The following table
describes the grep, egrep, and fgrep commands and several of their options:
3.3.5 - Boot Target Facts
The systemd daemon uses boot targets to set the system state. A boot target represents one of
several different modes that the Linux system can be configured to run in.
Earlier versions of Linux that were based on the init daemon
3.4.5 - System Service Facts
On a systemd-base Linux distribution, the systemctl command is used to stop, start, restart, or view the
status of services on the system:
systemctl start service.service
Start a daemon.
systemctl stop service.service
1.9.5 - File Management Facts
The following table describes several basic commands that can be used to manage files:
If the file does not exist, it creates a blank
version of the file. If the file does exist, it
updates the file
1.6.3 - Shell Configuration Facts
Shell configuration files are scripts that execute when a shell starts. The shell type determines
which shell configuration files are executed.
Login shells run when the system starts and is using only the CLI as the use
1.2.3 - Help Facts
Help pages provide information about options and uses for Linux shell commands. The
following table describes the help options for a Linux system:
A manual (man) page is a text-based help file for a
Week 8 Discussions Questions
What are your top three Lesson Learned from this class?
What would you tell other students taking this class in the future to better help them succeed?
CompTIA Linux+ Certification
Are you going to take the Comp
Week 6 Discussion Questions
Local Security Good Practices
Discuss in detail several effective local security practices to harden your Linux distribution.
Discuss what is SSH and the advantages and disadvantages of using it on your Linux distribution.
Week 4 Discussions Questions
Partitioning a Disk
Discuss the steps required (including exact commands) to partition a disk using the fdisk utility.
Mounting a File System
Provide the steps required to create and then mount a filesystem
Different Disk Type
Week 7 Discussions Questions
A manager has asked the administrator to change the default background of her machine, which uses
XDM. Which file does the administrator need to modify in order to achieve this?
Explain the main differences between XDM and
Week 3 Discussions Questions
Package Dependencies and Conflicts
Linux software packages have dependencies and conflicts that can occur for numerous reasons. Discuss
at least 3 ways they can occur
RPM vs Debian
Compare Red Hat Package Manager vs Debian pac