NOS110 Chapter 8
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To access the CLI in the GNOME GUI , you open a..
X windows system GUI
Is an example of a GNOME
The CLI you enter commands at
When you create a user in Linux, the OS creates this on disk for that user.
When you write digital data to an optical disc.
A program that runs in background until it is activated by a command.
This organization was created in 1984 to develop a free Unix like operating system.
A command you must enter at the CLI
Open source software
Linux is an example of this because it is software that is distributed with all of its source code which allows the purchaser to customize the software as necessary.
The most powerful account on Linux
Linux is modeled from this OS.
If the access mode number for the owner of a file or directory drops below this on some Linux installation any future access to this file is blocked.
Who was the initial developer for Linux?
Which user had the most power and privileges in Linux?
What is the command a user invokes to log off when working at the Linux Shell?
What is the Linux shell command to copy a file?
What option for the ls command lists all files in a directory including the hidden files?
Sudo shutdown mode
What is the she'll command to turn off a Linux computer immediately
What feature preserves your open apps and data but allows another user to log in to their session on the same computer?
What organization formed in 1988 to lobby for an open Unix after AT&T formed a partnership with sun Microsystems to develop a single propriety Unix.
Which command displays a text file one page at a time.
What command can you use at the CLI to temporarily borrow the privileges of the most powerful account in a Linux system?
Which command can you use to change file permissions
Shell commands are faster
Why would an advanced Linux administrator use shell commands rather than a Linux GUI when creating many users at once?
When in terminal window which command would return you to your home directory no matter what directory is current