Using Linux Essay

1315 words - 6 pages

Guide to Linux+ (2nd Edition)
ISBN 0-619-21621-2
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Review Questions

1. Every computer consists of physical components and logical components. The logical components of a computer that understand how to work with the physical components are referred to as:
a. hardware
b. records
c. software
d. processors
Answer: c

2. The operating system software is necessary for a computer to function. True or False?
Answer: True

3. Linux is a ___________ and ___________ operating system.
a. production, stable
b. multiuser, multitasking
c. processing, operating
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a. The value of the software is directly related to its price.
b. The software is developed collaboratively.
c. The source code for software is available for a small fee.
d. Any bugs are fixed quickly.
Answer: b, d

9. To which license does Linux adhere?
a. open license
b. artistic license
c. GNU Public License
d. free source license
Answer: c

10. What are some good reasons for using Linux in a corporate environment? (Choose all that apply.)
a. Linux software is unlikely to become abandoned by its developers.
b. Linux is secure and has a lower total cost of ownership than other operating systems.
c. Linux is widely available for many platforms and supports many programming languages.
d. Most Linux software is closed source.
Answer: a, b, c

11. Which of the following are common methods for gaining support for Linux?
a. HOWTO documents at
b. a local Linux User Group
c. Internet newsgroups
d. all the above
Answer: d

12. Which two people are accredited with creating the UNIX operating system? (Choose two answers.)
a. Dennis Ritchie
b. Richard Stallman
c. Linus Torvalds
d. Ken Thompson
Answer: a, d

13. Who formed the Free Software Foundation to promote open development?
a. Dennie Ritchie
b. Richard Stallman
c. Linus Torvalds
d. Ken Thompson
Answer: b

14. Which culture embraced the term GNU (GNU’s Not UNIX) and laid the free software groundwork for Linux?
a. the hacker culture
b. the MIT culture
c. the cracker culture
d. the Artificial Intelligence culture
Answer: a

15. Linux was developed by __________ to resemble the _________ operating system.
a. Linus Torvalds, MINIX
b. Linux Torvalds, GNU
c. Richard Stallman, GNU
d. Richard Stallman, MINIX
Answer: a

16. When the core components of the Linux operating system are packaged together with other Open Source Software, it is called a:
a. new kernel
b. new platform
c. Linux distribution
d. GNU Project
Answer: c

17. Which common GUI environments are available in most Linux distributions? (Choose all that apply.)
b. CDE
c. KDE
d. RPM
Answer: a, c

18. Which of the following are factors that determine which Linux distribution a user will use? (Choose all that apply.)
a. package manager support
b. hardware platform
c. kernel features
d. language support
Answer: a, b, c, d

19. What is the most common open source Web server available for Linux?
a. Samba
b. Apache
c. Quid
d. Pine
Answer: b


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