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Q21. Which command line can be used to search help files that mention the word "copy"?
A. man -k copy
B. whatis copy
C. man copy
D. copy help
E. copy –help
Q22. Which of the following is an example of globbing?
A. ls /etc/ 2> files.txt
B. ls /etc/ > files.txt
C. ls /etc/*.txt
D. ls /etc/ | more
Q23. Which command shows if /usr/bin is in the current shell search path?
A. cat PATH
B. echo $PATH
C. echo %PATH
D. cat $PATH
E. echo %PATH%
Q24. CORRECT TEXT
What is the usual absolute path of the personal directory for the user foo?
Answer: /home/foo, /home/foo/
Q25. Which of the following programs is not a graphical web browser?
C. Links D. Opera
Q26. Which command chain will count the number of regular files with the name of foo.txt within /home?
A. ls -lR /home | grep foo.txt | wc -l
B. find /home -type f -name foo.txt | wc -l
C. find /home -name foo.txt -count
D. find /home -name foo.txt | wc -l
E. grep -R foo.txt /home | wc -l
Q27. What is the output of the following command sequence? for token in a b c; do echo -n "$token "; done
B. a b c
C. "a " "b " "c "
D. token token token
Q28. When creating a new file, what can be done to make the file hidden from the default output of the ls command?
A. Hide the file with a name commented out with a hash sign like #foobar.txt.
B. Hide the file with a name beginning with a period like .foobar.txt.
C. Hide the file with chvis +h filename.
D. Hide the file with chmod a+h filename.
E. Hide the file with hide filename.
Q29. What is the command to change the password of a user?
Q30. Which of the following commands will set the variable text to olaf is home? (Choose two)
A. text=olaf\\ is\\ home
B. text=$olaf is home
C. $text='olaf is home'
D. text=='olaf is home'
E. text="olaf is home"
Answer: A, E