Introduction to Linux I Chapter 13 Exam

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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 13 Exam Answer

  1. Question ID 604

    Which command can be used to set what your default permissions will be on new files?

    • umode
    • umask
    • mode
    • mask
  2. Question ID 605

    Which commands can be used to change the ownership of a file?

    (choose two)

    • chggrp
    • chgrp
    • chown
    • newgrp
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  4. Question ID 606

    If a file has permissions that appear as rwxr-x—, what is the octal permission mode of the file?

    • 760
    • 650
    • 750
    • 740
  5. Question ID 607

    Which permission is necessary on a directory in order for a user to use the cd command to change that directory?

    • Read
    • None
    • Execute
    • Write
  6. Question ID 608

    The only user with the capability to change the owner of a file is root.

    True or False?

    • True
    • False
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  8. Question ID 609

    The setuid permission on a file:

    • Causes the file to always run as root
    • Causes the file to never run as root
    • Causes the file to run under the owner’s identity
    • Causes the file to run under the user’s identity
  9. Question ID 610

    Using the setgid permission on a directory:

    • Causes new files created in the directory to be owned by the group that owns the directory
    • Causes the directory to be writable to members of the group that owns the directory
    • Causes files existing in the directory to be made executable by the group
    • Causes files existing in the directory to be owned by the group that owns the directory
  10. Question ID 611

    Which permission is used to make a directory so that only root, the owners of files or the owner of the directory can remove them?

    • sticky bit
    • setgid
    • write
    • setuid
  11. Question ID 612

    Which command is used to change permissions on a file?

    • chgmode
    • chmod
    • chgperm
    • chperm
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  13. Question ID 613

    To access a directory with the cd command, you must also be able to access all the parent directories of the directory with the cd command.

    True or False?

    • True
    • False
  14. Question ID 614

    Which command can change the user owner of a file?

    • chown
    • own
    • pawn
    • chpawn
  15. Question ID 615

    To run binary executables, you need both read and execute permission.

    True or False?

    • True
    • False
  16. Question ID 616

    To run a script file, you need both read and execute permission.

    True or False?

    • True
    • False
  17. Question ID 617

    Assuming everyone has access to the directory the file is in, who can view the contents of a file with permissions of rw-r—-x?

    • Nobody
    • Both the user owner and group owners
    • Only the user owner
    • Everyone
    • Only the group owners
  18. Question ID 619

    To switch to another group, you must:

    • Be a member of the group that you are switching to
    • Be logged in graphically
    • Log off and log back in
    • Log in as the staff user
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  20. Question ID 620

    Which command will allow you to change the group ownership of a file that you own?

    • regroup
    • chgrp
    • chown
    • mask
  21. Question ID 621

    The group ownership of a file may only be changed by:

    • The owner of the file
    • Any user can change the group ownership of any file
    • The root user
    • Both the root user and the owner of the file
  22. Question ID 622

    The only person who can change the user ownership of a file is:

    • The root user
    • The owner of the file
    • Both the root user and owner of the file
    • Any user can change the group ownership of any file
  23. Question ID 623

    For the rwxr-x–x permission set, the bolded permissions belong to:

    • All users besides the user owner and group owner
    • The group owner of the file
    • The user owner and group owner of the file
    • The user owner of the file
  24. Question ID 624

    For rwxr-x–x permission set, the bolded permissions belong to:

    • The user owner and group owner of the file
    • All users besides the user owner and group owner
    • The user owner of the file
    • The group owner of the file
  25. Question ID 625

    For the rwxr-x–x permission set, the bolded permissions belong to:

    • The group owner of the file
    • All users besides the user owner and group owner
    • The user owner and group owner of the file
    • The user owner of the file
  26. Question ID 626

    The command, chmod a+x will:

    • Remove execute permission for all users
    • Add execute permissions for the user owner
    • Remove execute permissions for the user owner
    • Add execute permission for all users
  27. Question ID 627

    The command, chmod u=g will:

    • Set the group owners permissions to match the user owners permissions
    • Set the user owners permissions to match the group owners permission
    • Nothing, the command syntax is invalid
    • Set the user owners permissions to rwx
  28. Question ID 628

    To have permissions set to rwxr-x–x, you can use the following command:

    • chmod 751
    • chmod 755
    • chmod 777 file
    • chmod 711
  29. Question ID 629

    The command, chmod 1777 /data will:

    • Make the /data directory a setuid directory
    • Make the /data directory a sticky bit directory
    • Remove all special permissions
    • Make the /data directory a setgid directory
  30. Question ID 630

    The command, chmod 0777 /data will:

    • Make the /data directory a setuid directory
    • Make the /data directory a setgid directory
    • Make the /data directory a sticky bit directory
    • Remove all special permissions
  31. Question ID 632

    The command, chmod 2777 /data will:

    • Make the /data directory a setgid directory
    • Make the /data directory a sticky bit directory
    • Make the /data directory a setuid directory
    • Remove all special permissions
  32. Question ID 912

    Which command will allow you to switch to another group and add files that are group owned by this other group?

    • chgrp
    • switchgrp
    • newgroup
    • newgrp
  33. Question ID 913

    What umask value would you use in order for new directories to have the permissions of rwxr-x–x?

    • 027
    • 077
    • 022
    • 026