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    I would say A and C.

    I know that BIND is the DNS server, but would the web server also act as a good http proxy???
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    Thanks for trying. The answers were Squid (proxy and firewall services), and BIND (DNS).

    Here's the next, should be easy for those that passed Net+:

    12. Which of the following protocols allow you to encrypt a remote adminstration session to your Linux box?

    a. Telnet
    b. SSH
    c. RPM
    d. SSL
    e. SNMP
    f. FTP

    Answer: b. SSH stands for Secure Shell, which allows the user to open an encrypted remote login on remote servers.

    Exam objective: 4.11 Use network commands to connect to and manage remote systems (e.g., telnet, ftp, ssh, netstat, transfer files, redirect Xwindow)
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    Well, Seeing how no one has answered this question, I will take a stab at it.

    I'm going to say B. SSH stands for Secure Shell, which allows the user to open an encrypted remote login on remote servers.

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    Thanks Daryl, for the answer and the explanation

    Here's the next:

    13. Which of the following file permissions attributes indicates read and write permissions for group public and owner, but no execute permissions?

    a. 600
    b. 640
    c. 664
    d. 666
    e. 766
    f. 777

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    #55
    I've seen this question before. I downloaded some sample questions from some where, maybe from this site, maybe from Transcender. But this one tripped me up. There is no comma between the words group and public and I misread the question. The actual answer is: D.

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    I see I posted a question that I already put online in our test engine:

    www.techexams.net/coexam/start.php?exam=linux

    I'll post a new one soon... thanks for the comma
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    14. Where are user submitted CRON jobs stored?

    a. The /var/spool/cron/username file.
    b. The /etc/crontab file.
    c. The /etc/cron.d directory.
    d. The /etc/cron.hourly, /etc/cron.daily, /etc/cron.weekly, and /etc/cron.monthly directories.

    Answer: a.

    Explanation: The are four locations where CRON jobs can be stored.

    - The /var/spool/cron/username file. This file is controlled by individual users, an example is /var/spool/cron/mary, where mary is the username.
    - The /etc/crontab file. This is the system crontab file, and is controlled by root only.
    - The /etc/cron.d directory. Files with the same format as the crontab file can be placed in this directory and is controlled by root only.
    - The /etc/cron.hourly, /etc/cron.daily, /etc/cron.weekly, and /etc/cron.monthly directories. Scripts in these directories run at times specified in the /etc/crontab file and are controlled by root only.


    5.2 Verify user and root cron jobs and understand the function of cron.
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    i would say b
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    The correct answer is A. Please read the explanation above.

    I'm not going to continue this post (for those who didn't notice that yet ), instead I'll add some questions to our Linux+ practice exam. I'm planning on adding 10 today, maybe tomorrow.

    Feel free to post your own questions as a reply on this post. If their good, we'll add them to our practice exam.
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    you should create a hard practice quiz all the ones ive found online havnt really helped
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