Brentwood School District
Information Technology (IT) Disaster Recovery Plan
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Know the following:
The disk partition Linux uses when information it's processing cannot be stored in RAM.
The microprocessor architectures supported by RH Fedora. 32 and 64 bit architecture,
class of processors CPUs, and several supported by Fedora
Unit 6 Linux Administration & Networking Services
1. How would you send a text file to a printer connected to the first port without
using a print queue? Why is doing so a bad idea?
CUPS understands many different types of files directly, including
Unit 9: Configure Network Sharing Services
1. List three reasons to use NFS.
It reduces local disk storage requirements because a network can store a
single copy of a directory, while the directory continues to be fully
accessible to everyone on t
Unit 8: Linux Security
1. What is Mandatory Access Control? Why is it better than Discretionary Access
Mandatory Access Control (MAC) is under the control of the system
administrator, which enforces the security policies that limit what a
Unit 7 Explore and Discuss
The first network file systemcalled File Access Listenerwas developed in 1976 by
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC). An implementation of the Data Access Protocol
(DAP), it was part of the DECnet suite of protocol
Unit 9 Homework
What kind of server responds to recursive queries? A DNS server that is setup for
recursive queries. How does this server work? It sends a domain name to a DNS server
then asks the server for the IP address of that domain.
Unit 10 Homework
What changes does FTP make to an ASCII file when you download it in ASCII mode to a
Windows machine from a Linux server? FTP will change and add a carriage return after the line
feed. What changes are made when you download
Unit 6 Explore and Discuss
Yum(Yellowdog Updater, Modifier) is an open source command-line package
management on Linux systems utilizing the RPM package management utility. Yu as a
utility component downloads package headers and packages fro
Unit 6 Homework
Which command would you give to update all installed packages using yum? Yum
Why would you build a package from its source code when a (binary) rpm file is
available? The source code can be modify unlike binary which
Unit 8 Homework
What is the difference between the passwd and yppasswd utilities? The difference is
yppasswdd runs on master server with different commands smdb and nmdb.
How would you prevent NIS from exporting the root user and other syste
Unit 7 Homework
What are three reasons to use NFS? The reasons are remote storage, reduction of
administrator workload and for sharing privileges.
Which command would you give to mount on the local system the /home directory
Unit 9 Research
Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) initiated
as early as in 1994, the design and development of a suite of protocols and
standards now known as Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6), as a worthy tool to
phase out and suppla
Unit 1 Homework
1. What is free software. List three characteristics of free software. Free software
gives the freedom option to copy, modify, study and distribute that software.
Three characteristics are study, analysis and redis
Unit 3 Homework
What does the shell ordinarily do while a command is executing? What should you do if
you do not want to wait for a command to finish before running another command? The
shell waits while its executing the command. Yet other
Unit 2 Homework
Which commands can you use to determine who is logged in on a specific terminal?
Type the command who or users.
What happens when you give the following commands if the file named done already
exists? $ cp to_do done $ mv to
Unit 4 Lab 2
CUPS (Common Unix Printing Systems) is a Unix type operating system that equips a
computer to behave as a print server interface machine. This software was originally
created by Michael Sweet. CUPS manages the print jobs in the
Unit 3 Explore and Discuss
A bash script is a file containing a list of commands to be executed by the bash shell.
Bash scripts have many uses.
Bash is a Unix based shell created by Brian Fox while he worked for the Free bourneagain shell pr
Unit 4 Homework
Chapter 14 1-5
Which commands can you use from the command line to send a file to the default
printer? LP and lpr.
Which command would you give to cancel all print jobs on the system? Sudo lrpm or
Unit 3 Chapter Exercises
Sobell, Chapter 7, pp. 251, Exercises 1, 3, 4, 6
1. While the command is executing, the shell waits for the process to finish. The shell works very fast.
You might think you're waiting on it but it's finished. You can give it mult
Unit 3 Explore and Discus CUPS
Linux printer configuration:
1.-Open your web browser and go to http:/localhost:631/
2.- Press on Administration tap and click on Add Printer. If youre asked for user and
password, type name of user and passwo
Unit 5 Explore and Discuss
Sendmail is the default MTA installed with FreeBSD. It accepts mail from MUAs and
delivers it to the appropriate mail host, as defined by its configuration. Sendmail can
also accept network connections and deliver
Unit 3 exercises
Waits for the command to finish executing, or it sleeps. If you want to continue working
while waiting, then before you execute a command place & after the command and it will
execute in the background and d
Unit 7 homework
A. what command can be used to view a list of directory hierarchies, including the file system type?
B what command will display a list of NFS exports?
Showmount e <IP address>
C. what /etc/exports enty would export a directory name