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Linux Essentials - Second Edition

By : Christine Bresnahan, Richard Blum
Book Image

Linux Essentials - Second Edition

By: Christine Bresnahan, Richard Blum

Overview of this book

Linux Essentials, Second Edition provides a solid foundation of knowledge for anyone considering a career in information technology, for anyone new to the Linux operating system, and for anyone who is preparing to sit for the Linux Essentials Exam. Through this engaging resource, you can access key information in a learning-by-doing style. Hands-on tutorials and end-of-chapter exercises and review questions lead you in both learning and applying new information—information that will help you achieve your goals! With the experience provided in this compelling reference, you can sit down for the Linux Essentials Exam with confidence. An open-source operating system, Linux is a UNIX-based platform that is freely updated by developers. The nature of its development means that Linux is a low-cost and secure alternative to other operating systems, and is used in many different IT environments. Passing the Linux Essentials Exam prepares you to apply your knowledge regarding this operating system within the workforce.
Table of Contents (19 chapters)
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Chapter 7

  1. A The mv command moves or renames a file, so option A is correct. The cp command copies a file, so option B is incorrect. The ln command creates a link between two files, so option C is incorrect. Option D’s rn command is fictitious, so this option is incorrect. The touch command creates a new file or adjusts the time stamps on an existing file, so option E is incorrect.
  2. C Because two files (outline.pdf and Outline.PDF) have names that differ only in case, and because FAT is a case-insensitive filesystem, one of those files will be missing on the copy. (Both files will be copied, but the second one copied will overwrite the first.) Thus option C is correct. The specified cp command does not create links, so option A is incorrect. Because the specified cp command included the -a option, which performs a recursive copy, all of the files in MyFiles will be copied, along with the directory itself, so option B is incorrect. In order to copy all of the files, you will have...