CompTIA Linux+ Demo Questions
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CompTIA Linux+ Sample Questions:
1. Given the output below:
[root@appserver ~]# rm config.txt rm: remove regular file 'config.txt'? yes rm: cannot remove 'config.txt': Operation not permitted
Which of the following might be the cause?
A. The file config.txt does not have the user write bit set.
B. The file config.txt does not exist.
C. The file config.txt has the immutable attribute set.
D. The file config.txt has an ACL that does not permit deletion by others.
2. Ann, a user, has created a new directory and noticed that permissions on the new directory are as follows:
drwx------. 1 ann ann 0 Jun 11 08:20 work
Which of the following should the administrator do to restore default permissions for newly created directories?
A. Change umask value in /etc/profile.
B. Run chmod command to update permissions.
C. Modify directory ownership to ann:ann with chown.
D. Execute chattr command to restore default access.
3. A systems administrator is receiving errors while trying to install a popular virtualization software. The software specifications state the processor needs to support virtualization with Intel instructions. Additional requirements state the processor must accelerate encryption/decryption and use hyperthreading. Given the following output about the processor:
fpu ume depse tsu msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pae mca cmov pat pse36 cflusm mmx fxsr sse sse2 ht syscall nx rdtscp lm constant_tsc rep_good nopl xtopology nonstop_tsc pni pclmulqdq ssse3 cx16 pcid sse4_1 sse4_2 x2apic popcnt aes xsave avx rdrand hypervisor lahf_lm fsgsbase
Which of the following is the MOST likely reason for the errors?
A. The processor supports AMD instructions rather than Intel.
B. The processor cannot accelerate decryption.
C. The processor does not support hyperthreading.
D. The processor is running inside a virtual machine.
4. Users are reporting collaborate.company.com is inaccessible from the user VLAN, but there is no issue connecting to the system’s web page from the DMZ. Given the following outputs from commands run on the system:
Which of the following explains why users are unable to access the system from the user VLAN, and how can the administrator remediate this issue?
A. Users cannot access the system because the IP subnet mask is /24. The remediation for this issue is to set the IP subnet mask to /16.
B. Users cannot access the system because the DNS server has the incorrect IP address. The remediation for this issue is to edit the DNS configuration to point to the correct IP.
C. Users cannot access the system because the connectivity port is running on the incorrect IP. The remediation for this issue is to edit the configuration file to listen on all interfaces.
D. Users cannot access the system because the default gateway has the wrong interface. The remediation for this issue is to set the default gateway to the proper interface.
5. Given that a company’s policy states that users cannot install third-party tools on Window servers, which of the following protocols will allow a Linux GUI to connect to a Windows server?
6. An administrator needs to see a list of the system user’s encrypted passwords. Which of the following Linux files does the administrator need to read?
7. A user creates and installs a Linux VM on a local workstation. The VM can only connect to the local workstation. Which of the following BEST represents the default virtual network configuration in this instance?
8. A systems administrator wants to deploy several applications to the same server quickly. Each application should be abstracted from the host with its own dependencies and libraries and utilize a minimal footprint. Which of the following would be BEST in this scenario?
A. Virtual machines
B. Type 2 hypervisor
C. Chroot jails
9. Which of the following will provide a list of all flash, external, internal, and SSD drives?
10. A systems administrator is implementing disk quotas on /home. During the process, the administrator receives the following error:
Cannot find filesystem to check or filesystem not mounted with user quota option.
Which of the following is the correct order of steps the administrator should follow to resolve this error?
A. 1. Verify if /home has quotas enabled in /etc/fstab and, if not, enable it. 2. Remount /home. 3. Create the quota database files and generate the disk usage table. 4. Assign user quota policies.
B. 1. Create the quota database files and generate the disk usage table. 2. Verify if /home has quotas enabled in /etc/fstab and, if not, enable it. 3. Remount /home. 4. Assign user quota policies.
C. 1. Verify if /home has quotas enabled in /etc/fstab and, if not, enable it. 2. Create the quota database files and generate the disk usage table. 3. Remount /home. 4. Assign user quota policies.
D. 1. Assign user quota policies. 2. Verify if /home has quotas enabled in /etc/fstab and, if not, enable it. 3. Create the quota database files and generate the disk usage table. 4. Remount /home.