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Linux Foundation LFCS Exam Actual Questions

The questions for LFCS were last updated at Nov. 22, 2020.
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Question #1 Topic 1

Which SysV init configuration file should be modified to disable the ctrl-alt-delete key combination?

  • A. /etc/keys
  • B. /proc/keys
  • C. /etc/inittab
  • D. /proc/inittab
  • E. /etc/reboot
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Correct Answer: C

Question #2 Topic 1

During a system boot cycle, what program is executed after the BIOS completes its tasks?

  • A. The bootloader
  • B. The inetd program
  • C. The init program
  • D. The kernel
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Correct Answer: A

Question #3 Topic 1

Which run levels should never be declared as the default run level when using SysV init? (Choose TWO correct answers.)

  • A. 0
  • B. 1
  • C. 3
  • D. 5
  • E. 6
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Correct Answer: AE

Question #4 Topic 1

Which of the following statements is correct when talking about /proc/?

  • A. All changes to files in /proc/ are stored in /etc/proc.d/ and restored on reboot.
  • B. All files within /proc/ are read-only and their contents cannot be changed.
  • C. All changes to files in /proc/ are immediately recognized by the kernel.
  • D. All files within /proc/ are only readable by the root user.
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Correct Answer: C

Question #5 Topic 1

What of the following statements are true regarding /dev/ when using udev? (Choose TWO correct answers.)

  • A. Entries for all possible devices get created on boot even if those devices are not connected.
  • B. Additional rules for udev can be created by adding them to /etc/udev/rules.d/.
  • C. When using udev, it is not possible to create block or character devices in /dev/ using mknod.
  • D. The /dev/ directory is a filesystem of type tmpfs and is mounted by udev during system startup.
  • E. The content of /dev/ is stored in /etc/udev/dev and is restored during system startup.
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Correct Answer: BD


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