Click the Exhibit button. Within the exhibit, "Listing 1" displays the original files contents, and "Listing 2" is the result from one of the following commands. Select the command that produced this
Click the Exhibit button. The exhibit shows both the data from Jane’s home directory and a command. Based on the data shown, choose the command that would move Jane into the directory
Frank is the administrator of the site where you work. You notice Frank issues the following command:
# kill -HUP `cat /usr/local/apache2/logs/httpd.pid`
Choose the answer that best describes what this command will do.
You need to find all files in your home directory hierarchy that contain the string sample in the file name. You want a relative path to each file so you can easily retrieve it.
Choose the command that will find these files.
Val needs to transfer multiple files from a remote system to her local system. She has established an ftp session with the remote system. When multiple files are transferred with ftp the system will prompt you to determine if you want each file transferred. Choose the ftp command that will disable this ftp prompt when transferring multiple files.
You have a compressed file named meeting-agenda.gz. You would like to examine the content of this compressed file. Choose the command that will display the files content to the screen.
Frank wants to login to a remote system named proteus and edit multiple files. The remote host proteus has been configured with a .rhosts file in Frank’s home directory.
Choose the command that will allow Frank to login without entering a password.
Val is copying files named daily.rpt from a directory called reports into her home directory on host users1 over to /var/tmp/val on host datastor. Choose the command that Val might use to copy the
Click the Exhibit button. Frank is attempting to cat a file in a subdirectory. He is returned a error that indicates he cannot open the file. The exhibit shows Frank’s command, the results, and the file’s permissions. Choose the permission bits on a directory that might allow Frank to cat the file.
Click the Exhibit button. Jane has listed information about directories under her home directory. Choose which statement is true concerning the file finder.