File1 will be moved to newdir and renamed file2.
File1 will be copied to newdir and named file2.
An error will be reported, as this is an invalid command.
“0” indicates that last command was unsuccessful.
“0” indicates that your current run level is 0.
“0” indicates that last command was successful.
“0” indicates that your current umask is set to 000.
“0” indicates that password is disabled for root.
Standard Linux commands.
All of the above.
Grep -i expense reports.txt
Grep -A1 -B1 -n -i expense reports.txt
Grep --context=1 -N -i expense reports.txt
Grep -a1 -b1 -n -i expense reports.txt
Grep -i -v -n expense reports.txt
dog catalog condogenate poledog dog
cat dogalog condogenate poledog dog
dog$ dog$alog condog$enate poledog$ dog$
cat catalog concatenate poledog cat
dog catalog concatenate poledog dog
Password will be generated automatically
Machine will ask to enter the password manually
Password will be abc
Password will be disabled
Password will be --stdin
The most recent cat command.
The most recent command that has cat in the command name.
The most recent command that has cat somewhere on the command line.
The most recent command before the cat command.
3, because 3 is repeated in the digit 33.
33, because 33 is the only two digit character in the whole file.
A, because A is the capital alphabet in the file.
A, because a is repeated twice.
A,3; because both a & 3 are repeated twice.
Script is wrong
Either .vimrc or .exrc
Man gshadow --file
Man 5 gshadow
Man gshadow format
Man -f gshadow format
It will delete the file/s of exactly 1 mb
It will delete the file/s of size greater than 1 mb
It will delete the file/s of size smaller than 1 mb
The above command has error
At uses one-time jobs while crontab uses reccuring jobs.
The syntax for deleting jobs in at is the syntax for deleting jobs in crontab is
The syntax for creating jobs in at is the syntax for creating jobs in crontab is
We cannot edit jobs in at while jobs in crontab can be edited using crontab -e command.