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#1. ps command stands for

#2. Select file descriptor for Standard Output STDOUT in Linux.

#3. Select command which helps move one level up in Linux

#4. Select operator which is used to set permission and overrides permissions set earlier in symbolic mode

#5. Symbol which suggests that you are working as a regular user in Linux

#6. In Linux, cd command stands for

#7. Command to see list of files in any directory in Linux.

#8. Default page length of a page in Linux.

#9. Select path which helps avoid typing complete paths all the time in Linux

#10. What is a process?

#11. In vi editor ,command "dw" is used to

#12. Which permission gives you authority to modify the contents of a file?

#13. Which command is used to install and update package?

#14. Select process which runs in the background and usually do not need user input in Linux.

#15. In vi editor, command "cw" is used to

#16. In Linux,CLI stands for

#17. Command which is used for moving to root directory in Linux.

#18. Hidden Files in Linux begin with a

#19. Command which is used to remove empty directory in Linux

#20. In Linux,PWD stands for

#21. Command which is used to display files in the current directory of remote computer while via telnet

#22. Command for sending e-mail in Linux

#23. Which mode is NOT used for setting permissions in Linux

#24. Select the operator that does NOT correspond to output redirection in Linux (Choose 2)

#25. Linux is

#26. Command which is used to make a directory in Linux.

#27. What is used to combine two or more commands in Linux?

#28. Symbol which is used for matching end of string in Linux.

#29. Which account is called standard account in Ubuntu desktop in Linux?

#30. Command for removing an environment variable.

#31. Command which is used to rename directory in Linux.

#32. In the command line , root user is represented as

#33. Command which can be used to find strings and values in a text document

#34. In Linux everything is a File including devices, directories , peripherals

#35. File descriptor for standard input STDIN

#36. User account which is NOT used in Linux.

#37. Symbol which indicates that user in working in home directory in Linux.

#38. Shell scripting is process of

#39. Select operator which is used to remove permission in symbolic mode

#40. Select permission which is NOT used in Linux.

#41. Root of file system in Linux is denoted by

#42. Command for deleting files in Linux.