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LPIC 1 Certification Bible

LPIC 1 Certification Bible

Angie Nash, Jason Nash

ISBN: 978-0-764-54772-0

Jan 2002

880 pages

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Description

As Linux continues its rapid expansion into Corporate America, the demand for qualified administrators has grown. As the Cisco, Microsoft, A+ and other certifications have shown, professional certifications are often a deciding factor when an individual is considered for a job. The Linux Professional Institute Certification 1 offers the validation of skill level beyond the power-user and helpdesk level, at an entry-level admin base.

LPIC 1 Certification Bible is organized around the exam objectives.It includes self-assessment questions with each chapter as well as an inclusive practice exam at the end of the book. Plus, you'll find plenty of exam-taking tips and hints based on the live exams.

Covers: Exam LPI-101
Preface.

Acknowledgments.

Part I: Installing Linux and Getting Started.

Chapter 1: Installing Linux.

Chapter 2: Using the Shell.

Chapter 3: Installing Software.

Part II: Getting Around in Linux.

Chapter 4: Processing Text.

Chapter 5: Using Partitions and File Systems.

Chapter 6: Managing Files.

Chapter 7: Using Documentation.

Chapter 8: Understanding the Boot Process.

Chapter 9: Using X.

Part III: Administering Linux.

Chapter 10: Managing Users and Groups.

Chapter 11: Administering the System.

Chapter 12: Printing.

Chapter 13: Working with the Kernel.

Chapter 14: Using Shells and Scripts.

Part IV: Managing the Network.

Chapter 15: Networking Fundamentals.

Chapter 16: Managing Network Services.

Chapter 17: Managing Security.

Appendix A: What's on the CD-ROM.

Appendix B: Practice Exams.

Appendix C: Objective Mapping.

Appendix D: Exam Tips.

Glossary.

Index.

Book Registration Information.
ChapterPageDetailsDatePrint Run
CD ID#7CD Question ID#7
To run the command foo located in the /home/user/test/bin directory whilein the /home/user directory you must:

a) Simply enter ./foo.
b) Add /home/user/test/bin to the $PATH and run ./foo.
c) Run /home/user/test/bin/foo.
d) Either a or b.
e) Either b or c.

Errata: The test does not give the correct answer and marks any selection as wrong. The correct answer is E. Answers a (and d) are incorrect because ./foo would indicate that the command foo is located in the current directory. See Chapter 2 for more information.
8/25/02

CD ID#90CD Question ID#90
What is the default permissions for a created file if the umask is set to 011?

a) 766
b) 655
c) 011
d) 644
e) None of the above

Errata: The test has the correct answer as B, 655. However, the answer should be E None of the above. umask value is calculated by turning off given bits (permission are calculated by performing logical AND on negateted value of umask). The correct solution is 0666 & ~011 = 0666. 011 was discarding +x for group and others, since default permisions are rw-rw-rw- umask doesn't affect file permissions.
9/29/02

CD ID#164CD Question ID#164
Which of the following is true when making changes to LILO configuration?

a) You must reboot the system.
b) You must restart the kernel.
c) You must run LILO.
d) You must restart the LILO service.
e) None of the above.

Errata: The tests marks C as incorrect and says A is correct. The correct answer is C as the explanation states.
8/16/02

CD ID#175CD Question #175
The question is mistakenly blank.
8/25/02

CD ID#221CD Question ID#221
What command can be used to create a shortcut or another name for a different command or command with options (for example, for ls to alwaysactually run ls –la)?

a) ln
b) sym
c) alias
d) export
e) None of the above

Errata: The test mistakenly gives the answer choices for another question due to a formatting problem. Abover are what the answer seletions for this question should be. The correct answer is C, alias. Answer A is incorrect because while you can useln to create a symlink between files, you cannot use it to run command options.Answer b is incorrect as it is not a valid command. Answer D is incorrect as export is used for exporting environment variables for shell and program use. See Chapter 2 for more information.
11/24/03