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LPIC-2 Exam 201

Question No: 261 – (Topic 9)

To restore the kernel source to the previous, unpatched, version, which of the following commands could be used?

  1. patch -undo

  2. patch -restore

  3. patch -R

  4. patch -remove

  5. patch -U

Answer: C

Question No: 262 CORRECT TEXT – (Topic 9)

In which subdirectory of /proc is information about PC Cards , which are connected and recognised by a 2.6 kernel, stored? Please enter the complete path. Answer:

Answer: /proc/bus/pccard/

Question No: 263 – (Topic 9)

Messages from programs are not appearing in the user’s native language. What environment variable must be set for this to happen?

  1. LANG

  2. I18N


  4. MSGS

  5. LC_MSGS

Answer: A

Explanation: LANG is the environmental variable, which carrying value of default Language.

You can check: echo $LANG

Question No: 264 – (Topic 9)

When bash is invoked as an interactive login shell, which of the following sentences is true?

  1. It first reads and executes commands in /etc/profile and then does the same for

    ~/.bash_profile and ~/.bashrc.

  2. It first reads and executes commands in /etc/bashrc and then does the same for etc/profile.

  3. It reads and executes commands in ~/.bashrc only if /etc/profile or another initialization script calls it.

  4. It ignores /etc/profile and only reads and executes commands in ~/.bashrc.

  5. E. It first reads and executes commands in /etc/profile and then does the same for

~/.bash_profile, ~/.bashrc and ~/.profile.

Answer: E Explanation:

Startup Scripts:

For Login shell provided users:


For non-Login Shell provided users


->/etc/bashrc which calls /etc/profile.d/*.sh

Question No: 265 – (Topic 9)

The swap usage on a system needs to be checked. Which TWO commands can be used to display a swap usage summary?

  1. cat /proc/swaps

  2. swapon -s

  3. cat /etc/fstab

  4. swapshow

  5. swapconfig

Answer: A,B

Question No: 266 – (Topic 9)

Your routing configuration relies on eth0 being a 3com card that requires the 3c59x module. What line must be added to modules configuration file, to ensure that eth0 always uses this module?

  1. eth0=3c59x

  2. alias eth0=3c59x

  3. alias eth0 3c59x

  4. set eth0 3c59x

  5. set eth0=3c59x

Answer: C

Explanation: /etc/modules.conf or /etc/modprobe.conf file contains the alias with modules as well as parameter used by program.

Syntax of /etc/modules.conf or /etc/modprobe.conf : alias aliasname modulename parameter


alias eth0 3c59x

Question No: 267 – (Topic 9)

What command can be used to install a Perl module (‘$module’) from the CPAN archieve?

  1. perl -cpan -i $module

  2. perl -MCPAN -e “install $module”

  3. perl -i $module

  4. perl -cpan -e “make $module”

  5. perl -MCPAN -install $module

Answer: B

Explanation: man perlmod

Question No: 268 – (Topic 9)

The Human Interface Device (HID) is being used, which of the following represents a

USB mouse connected to the PC?

  1. /dev/psaux

  2. /dev/ttyS0

  3. /dev/input/mice

  4. /dev/usb/mouse0

  5. /dev/ttyUSB0

Answer: C Explanation:

In the kernel configuration stage, you need to turn on USB Human Interface Device (HID) support and Mouse Support Do not turn on USB HIDBP Mouse support. Perform the normal kernel rebuild and installation steps. If you are installing as modules, you need to load the input.o, hid.o and mousedev.o modules.

Plug in a USB mouse and check that your mouse has been correctly sensed by the kernel. If you don#39;t have a kernel message, look for the changes to /proc/bus/usb/devices.

Since USB supports multiple identical devices, you can have multiple mice plugged in. You can get each mouse seperately, or you can get them all mixed together. You almost always want the mixed version, and that is what will be used together. You need to set up a device node entry for the mixed mice. It is customary to create the entries for this device in the

/dev/input/ directory. Use the following commands: mkdir /dev/input

mknod /dev/input/mice c 13 63

Question No: 269 – (Topic 9)

Which of the following commands can be used to access the content of a ramdisk file (/boot/initrd) used by the kernel at boot time?

  1. cp /boot/initrd /tmp/initrd.gz; gunzip initrd.gz; mount /tmp/initrd /mnt/

  2. mount /boot/initrd /mnt/ -o loop; cat /mnt

  3. mkintird -d /boot/initrd; mount /boot/initrd /mnt/ -o loop

  4. cp /boot/initrd /tmp/initrd.gz; gunzip initrd.gz; mount /tmp/initrd /mnt/ -o loop

  5. cp /boot/initrd /tmp/initrd.gz; mount /tmp/initrd /mnt/ -o loop

Answer: D

Question No: 270 – (Topic 9)

Which command displays information about connected USB devices?

  1. cat /proc/usbdevices

  2. cat /proc/usb/devices

  3. cat /proc/bus/usb/devices

  4. cat /proc/usbbus/devices

  5. cat /proc/hotplug/usb

Answer: C Explanation:


An interface to USB devices provided by the post-2.3.15 Linux kernels. Contains per- bus subdirectories with per-device files and a devices file containing a list of all USB devices. This interface is also support by some 2.2 Linux kernels.


Use the lsusb command

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