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The test verifies the knowledge and skills in administration and operation of Linux.

Linux is a Unix-like operating system that was designed to provide personal computer users a free or very low-cost operating system. Linux has a reputation as a very efficient and fast-performing system.

Linux conforms to the Portable Operating System Interface standard user and programming interfaces, developers can write programs that can be ported to other operating systems. Linux comes in versions for all the major microprocessor platforms including the Intel, PowerPC, Sparc, and Alpha platforms. Linux is distributed commercially by a number of companies.

Today, Linux distributions are used in every domain, from embedded systems to supercomputers, and have secured a place in server installations often using the popular LAMP application stack. Use of Linux distributions in home and enterprise desktops has been growing. Linux distributions support dozens of programming languages.

Because of extensive use of Linux software there is a very strong demand for Linux System Administrators. Our test checks candidate's skills in management and service control on Linux, networking commands, Linux Console commands and Linux Programming.

The following example may arise in the test:

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To get the result as shown in the figure, which command should be entered?
a) ifconfig
b) brctl showstp
c) brctl show
d) brctl showmacs

Section: "Managing services in Linux", intermediate

Questions to answer: 60
Time to test: 50 min
Test price: 8.55 EUR
  • Commands (20)
    Questions concern the Linux Console commands and Linux Programming (e.g. syntax, expressions, metacharacters, redirects, filters, commands etc.).
  • Linux Networking (20)
    Questions concern the knowledge about Linux networking commands, network monitoring tools, configuration and administration, etc.
  • Managing services in Linux (20)
    Questions concern the management and service control on Linux (e.g.: installing of servers, configuration and administration, printing services, system daemon, etc.)