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Q61. - (Topic 3)
Which shell command is used to continue background execution of a suspended command?
Q62. - (Topic 3)
Which grep command will print only the lines that do not end with a / in the file foo?
A. grep '/$' foo
B. grep '/#' foo
C. grep -v '/$' foo
D. grep -v '/#' foo
Q63. CORRECT TEXT - (Topic 4)
Which umask value will result in the default access permissions of 600 (rw-------) for files and 700 (rwx------) for directories? (Specify only the numerical umask value.)
Answer: 0077, 077
Q64. CORRECT TEXT - (Topic 1)
Which file in the /proc filesystem lists parameters passed from the bootloader to the kernel? (Specify the file name only without any path.)
Answer: cmdline, /proc/cmdline
Q65. - (Topic 3)
Which of the following files, located in the user home directory, is used to store the Bash history?
Q66. - (Topic 3)
In a nested directory structure, which find command line option would be used to restrict the command to searching down a particular number of subdirectories?
Q67. - (Topic 2)
When removing a package, which of the following dpkg options will completely remove the files including configuration files?
Q68. - (Topic 1)
Which of the following options for the kernel's command line changes the systemd boot target to rescue.target instead of the default target?
Q69. - (Topic 4)
Which of the following commands can be used to display the inode number of a given file?
D. cp Answer: B
Q70. - (Topic 3)
Which of the following characters can be combined with a separator string in order to read from the current input source until the separator string, which is on a separate line and without any trailing spaces, is reached?