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Introduction to Linux I Chapter 17 Exam Answer
- Question ID 786
Which of the following are valid Linux bootloaders?
- Question ID 789
A primary function of a Linux bootloader is:
- To load the init process
- To configure devices
- To configure memory
- To load the kernel
- Question ID 790
Which bootloader includes the Secure Boot feature?
- Question ID 792
Which command needs to be executed after modifying the LILO configuration file?
- Question ID 793
What version of GRUB is the most modern version?
- GRUB 3
- GRUB Original
- GRUB 2
- GRUB Legacy
- Question ID 794
For GRUB Legacy, which of the following is used to specify the second partition of the second hard drive?
- Question ID 796
In GRUB Legacy, which directive is not typically used after a title directive?
- Question ID 800
In GRUB Legacy, the _____ directive indicates how long to wait before automatically booting the default operating system.
- Question ID 801
In GRUB Legacy, the _____ directive indicates an operating system to boot if the default operating system fails to boot.
- Question ID 802
In GRUB Legacy, the password directive in the global setting means:
- The user must submit the specified password before appending, editing or using the GRUB command line.
- The user must submit the password before GRUB will attempt to boot the title.
- You can’t place a password directive in the global setting.
- Question ID 803
In GRUB Legacy, the password directive in the title directive setting means:
- To boot a specific operating system, a password must be entered
- The password must be entered to display a menu of operating systems that are bootable
- You can’t place a password directive in the title directive setting
- To edit any GRUB values, a password must first be entered
- Question ID 805
Which of the following commands can be used to create an encrypted password that can be used with the password directive in GRUB Legacy:
- Question ID 807
Which of the following is not an advantage of GRUB 2 over GRUB Legacy?
- Command-line interface
- Ability to work with architectures that don’t have a PC BIOS
- Non-ASCII character support
- Ability to boot from partitions inside of Logical Volume Management (LVM) or RAID devices
- Dynamically loaded modules
- Question ID 810
The primary GRUB 2 configuration is overwritten when the _____ command is executed on Fedora systems.
- Question ID 811
The primary GRUB 2 configuration is overwritten when the _____ command is executed on Ubuntu systems.
- Question ID 813
The GRUB2 setting that sets the default operating system to boot is called _____.
- Question ID 986
What is the real location of the GRUB Legacy configuration file?
- Question ID 987
What is the full path to the LILO configuration file?
- Question ID 988
To use an encrypted password in the GRUB Legacy configuration file, use the _____ option to the password directive.
- Question ID 989
To specify a runlevel to boot at, add the run level to the end of the _____ directive line.
- Question ID 990
The primary configuration file for the GRUB 2 on a Fedora system is _____.
- Question ID 991
The primary configuration file for GRUB 2 on an Ubuntu system is _____.
- Question ID 992
The firmware bootloader for Sparc systems is called _____.
- Question ID 993
The firmware bootloader for PowerPC systems is called _____.
- Question ID 994
Instead of modifying the primary configuration file for GRUB2, you should edit the _____ file.
- Question ID 995
In GRUB Legacy, the _____ directive prevents GRUB from displaying all but the default bootable title until the user presses a key.
- Question ID 996
In GRUB Legacy, the _____ directive defines the default operating system to boot.
- Question ID 997
In GRUB Legacy, the _____ directive defines an operating system to boot.