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Question No. 1

Which two statements are true concerning a GUID Partition Table (GPT)?

Answer: A, C

not B, not E: On GUID Partition Table (GPT) hard disks, you can configure up to 128 partitions and there is no concept of extended or logical partitions.

Not D: You cannot boot from a GPT disk.

Question No. 2

Match the bash files with their correct description: (Choose the best answer.)

File nameDescription

1) /.bash_history

a. a list of commands to be executed when you log in

2) /.bash_logoutb. a list of commands that is executed every time you open a new shell

3) /.bash_profilec. a list of commands you have executed from a bash shell

4) /.bashrcd. a list of commands to be executed when you exit a login shell

e. a list of commands executed before the current day

f. a list of commands executed when a shell script has a nonzero return code

Answer: C

Question No. 3

Which two statements are true about an RPM package? (Choose two.)

Answer: A, C

Question No. 4

Which two actions should be completed when the firstboot utility runs under runlevel 5 in Oracle Linux?

Answer: A, C

Question No. 5

Which three statements are true concerning the use of the grub menu in Oracle Linux?

Answer: A, B, D

A: GRUB requires only the file name and drive partitions to load a kernel. You can configure this information by editing the /boot/grub/grub.conf file, by using the GRUB menu, or by entering it on the command line.


not C: If you have set a GRUB password, you must press P and enter the valid password to be able to edit the titles or change kernel boot parameters. To edit any of the root, kernel, or initrd directives, press E. To edit the kernel directive only, press A. To use the GRUB command line, press C.

If you press E, select the root, kernel, or initrd directive, and press E to edit it.

Not E: Grub can be password protected, but not individual functions.

Question No. 6

Examine this sequence of commands and output:

Which two can be determined from this output?

Answer: C, E

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