Thursday, 13 June 2013

F A Q

 FAQ on Linux Interview questions 




1 What best describes the purpose of the .htaccess file?

Ans:              To password protect a web directoryTo limit access to the web directory from specified IPsTo override default web
server configuration optionsTo store variables for use by the web server


2 Which of the following commands can you use to see the amount of swap space that is being used on your system?

Ans:              /proc/freefreems/proc/memuse


3 Which of the following entries would you add to the hosts.allow file to give access to the web server from a network of 10.10.10.0?
Ans:             
http: 10.10.10.
smtp: 10.10.10.
http: 10.10.10.1
http - 10.10.104


4 A process called 'elix' is running with process id 402. 
 Which directory contains information about the process?
Ans:             
/var/log/run/402//proc/elix//var/tmp/402/proc/4025




6 When you point your web browser to a CGI script you receive an Internal ServerError. Which of the following is least likely to be the cause of the problem?


Incorrect permissions on the CGI script

A failure of the web server
A syntax error in the CGI script

The CGI script printing text before printing the CGI header

ANS: Incorrect permissions on the CGI scriptA failure of the web serverA syntax error in the CGI scriptThe CGI script printing text before printing the CGI header


7 In the /etc/passwd file, what is the significance of an X in the password field?

Ans:              It indicates that the password is  set to X It indicates that the password is shadowed It indicates that the account is  disabled It indicates that the password has yet to be set on this account


8 What is the purpose of the SUID permission?

Ans:              It allows a file to be executed with the supervisor permissionIt allows a file to be executed with the permissions of the ownerIt allows a file to be executed with the permissions of a groupIt allows a file to be executed with the permissions provided on the command line


9 What is the significance of square brackets around a process when looking at alisting produced by the ps command?

Ans:              The process has diedThe task is a kernel task and cannot be killed The task is sleeping

3 comments:

  1. please enter the answer also..

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  2. Yes Rajesh now its updated .. thanks for the comment

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