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Exam Number/Code: 101-400 vce
Exam name: LPI Level 1 Exam 101, Junior Level Linux Certification, Part 1 of 2
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Q31. - (Topic 4)
What does the command mount -a do?
A. It mounts all available filesystems onto the current directory.
B. It shows all mounted filesystems.
C. It mounts all user mountable filesystems for the current user.
D. It mounts all filesystems listed in /etc/fstab which have the option auto set.
E. It mounts all filesystems listed in /etc/fstab which have the option noauto set.
Q32. - (Topic 3)
Which of the following shell redirections will write standard output and standard error output to a file named filename?
A. 2>&1 >filename
B. >filename 2>&1
Q33. - (Topic 1)
What is the first program that is usually started, at boot time, by the Linux kernel when using SysV init?
Q34. - (Topic 3)
What happens after issuing the command vi without any additional parameters?
A. vi starts and loads the last file used and moves the cursor to the position where vi was when it last exited.
B. vi starts and requires the user to explicitly either create a new or load an existing file.
C. vi exits with an error message as it cannot be invoked without a file name to operate on.
D. vi starts in command mode and opens a new empty file.
E. vi starts and opens a new file which is filled with the content of the vi buffer if the buffer contains text.
Q35. - (Topic 4)
After successfully creating a hard link called bar to the ordinary file foo, foo is deleted from the filesystem. Which of the following describes the resulting situation?
A. foo and bar would both be removed.
B. foo would be removed while bar would remain accessible.
C. foo would be removed. bar would still exist but would be unusable.
D. Both foo and bar would remain accessible.
E. The user is prompted whether bar should be removed, too.
Q36. - (Topic 4)
Which of the following commands shows the definition of a given shell command?
Q37. CORRECT TEXT - (Topic 3)
Which Bash environment variable defines in which file the user history is stored when exiting a Bash process? (Specify ONLY the variable name.)
Q38. CORRECT TEXT - (Topic 2)
In which directory must definition files be placed to add additional repositories to yum?
Answer: /etc/yum.repos.d, /etc/yum.repos.d/, yum.repos.d, yum.repos.d/
Q39. - (Topic 4)
After running the command umount /mnt, the following error message is displayed:
umount: /mnt: device is busy.
What is a common reason for this message?
A. The kernel has not finished flushing disk writes to the mounted device.
B. A user has a file open in the /mnt directory.
C. Another file system still contains a symlink to a file inside /mnt.
D. The files in /mnt have been scanned and added to the locate database.
E. The kernel thinks that a process is about to open a file in /mnt for reading.
Q40. - (Topic 3)
Which shell command is used to continue background execution of a suspended command?