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Linux Networking Quizzes & Trivia

Are you into networking? No, not social networking! Or building business contacts. We mean Linux networking. If you answered in the affirmative, then you are in the right place to be. You obviously understand that the Linux operating system possesses kernel based networking support that it was a clone that was just about written from nothing. You are aware that Linux is one of the best systems around because it is cheaper, or at least it’s not pricier, than the other operating systems out there.
 
However, apart from that its versatility and it is less problematic and has many more outstanding qualities. Do you know which consumer market Linux enjoyed the most success? Do you know which domains Linux systems are used in? What do you call the dominant shell used in Linux – GNU Born-Again Shell, GNU Bourne-Again Shell? If you are a Linux Networking professional take these quizzes and test your knowledge.
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Linux Networking class quiz 1.

Questions: 32  |  Attempts: 668   |  Last updated: Dec 26, 2012
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    In a token-passing network, bandwidth will be lost due to time-costly collision recovery.

Linux Networking quiz 5 from class.

Questions: 32  |  Attempts: 230   |  Last updated: Dec 26, 2012
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    The all_squash option in the line /pub (ro,all_squash) causes all users on client systems to be mapped to a(n) “____” user on the NFS server.

Quiz admin to me at school Chapter 2.

Questions: 32  |  Attempts: 446   |  Last updated: Dec 26, 2012
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    The ____ column output by the route command specifies the network or host to which the routing table entry applies.

Quiz 3 from my Linux networking class.

Questions: 34  |  Attempts: 165   |  Last updated: Dec 26, 2012
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    The ____ name is the complete path to an object in the directory.

Linux Networking quiz 4 from class.

Questions: 32  |  Attempts: 90   |  Last updated: Dec 26, 2012
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    The .nofinger file created to hide user activities should not be visible to the finger daemon.
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