Which command, available with all MTAs, is used to list the contents of the MTA's mail queue? (Specify ONLY the command without any path or parameters.)
mailq, /usr/bin/mailq, sendmail -bp, /usr/sbin/sendmail -bp, /usr/lib/sendmail -bp, sendmail, /usr/sbin/sendmail, /usr/lib/sendmail
Which option in the /etc/ntp.conf file specifies an external NTP source to be queried for time information? (Specify ONLY the option without any values or parameters.)
Which of the following tasks can be accomplished using the command date? (Choose TWO correct answers.)
What is NOT contained in the locale setting of the operating system?
Which file contains the date of the last change of a user's password?
What is true regarding the command userdel --force --remove bob? (Choose TWO correct answers.)
When the command echo $$ outputs 12942, what is the meaning of 12942?
Which of the following are requirements in order to run a shell script like a regular command from anywhere in the filesystem? (Choose THREE correct answers.)
How can the existing environment variable FOOBAR be suppressed for the execution of the script./myscript only?
With X11 forwarding in ssh, what environment variable is automatically set in the remote host shell that is not set when X11 forwarding is not enabled? (Specify only the environment variable without any additional commands or values.)
Which of the following find commands will print out a list of files owned by root and with the SUID bit set in /usr?
Which configuration file would be edited to change default options for the OpenSSH server?
Which of the following commands shows the current color depth of the X Server?
Which of the following are tasks handled by a display manager like XDM or KDM? (Choose TWO correct answers.)
Which file used by XDM specifies the default wallpaper?
What is the command to delete the default gateway from the system IP routing table? (Choose TWO correct answers.)
What is the lowest numbered unprivileged TCP port? (Specify the number in digits only.)
Which command, depending on its options, can display the open network connections, the routing tables, as well as network interface statistics. (Specify ONLY the command without any path or parameters.)
netstat, /bin/netstat, ss, /usr/bin/ss