Top Linux Interview Questions & Answers (beginner-advanced)
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- top linux interview questions and answers
- common linux questions and answers
- typical linux questions and answers
- introduction to linux
- linux for beginners
- introduction to linux bash shell terminal
- overview of some common linux shell commands
- linux administrator
- Recommended to have access to Linux OS/Linux system, to practice, but this is optional
This course is suitable for beginner to advanced levels/students.
The course aims to prepare the student very well for some of the most common interview questions for Linux related jobs/careers.
The course is highly recommended for Linux beginners, and should help the student to start using Linux very quickly.
Via detailed answers, clear explanations and engaging practical examples using the Linux BASH shell terminal, the student should be able to do extremely well during interview questions, and successfully secure that job.
Linux version used for this course is Ubuntu Linux 18.04, and a live dvd version is used via a virtual machine, so that the student can actually see the Linux desktop while listening to the lectures and following the practical examples.
If you learn and understand all the answers to the 57 questions in this course, you should be able to comfortably ace most interviews for junior to intermediate level Linux jobs.
- linux newbies
- beginner linux users
- linux administrators
- linux users
- interested in linux
- people interested in linux jobs
- anyone interested in Linux
- debian linux users
- anyone new to linux
- people interested in learning Linux
- linux beginners
- people interested in learning some linux bash shell commands
- interested in a career in linux
Optional, but recommended:
If you don't already have access to a Linux OS, then you can install Linux on your computer either directly, or via a virtual machine(recommended).
On Windows you can install VirtualBox, and then install Linux on there. Same for Mac OS.
I have included the relevant download links for you under the resources section.
(If you need assistance with installing Linux, you are welcome to message me.)
3) Write a command that will display all .txt files, including its individual permission.
4) Write a command that will do the following:
-look for all files in the current and subsequent directories with an extension c,v
-strip the ,v from the result (you can use sed command)
-use the result and use a grep command to search for all occurrences of the word “banana” in the files.
28) What is GUI?
29) What does a nameless (empty) directory represent?
30) What is the pwd command?
31) What are daemons?
32) How do you switch from one desktop environment to another, such as switching from KDE to Gnome?
33) Name the different types of permissions under Linux?