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Random Linux+ Question #11

Discussion in 'Linux+' started by tripwire45, Jul 5, 2005.

  1. tripwire45
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    tripwire45 Zettabyte Poster

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    In Linux, file systems are temporarily "mounted" using the mount command. When you want to end the session, which command should you use? Choose only one answer:

    1. umount
    2. unmount
    3. dismount
    4. demount

    Answer later.
     
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  2. Phoenix
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    man everyone knows the answer is disenmount!
     
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  3. AJ

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    Is it Phoenix well as I know nothing about it I'll go with you mate then I gotta be right :biggrin.
     
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  4. AJ

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    Actually I'll go for 1 8)
     
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  5. tripwire45
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    Oh crud! I forgot to include the "correct" answer in my list. Thanks for setting me straight. :tongue
     
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  6. Phoenix
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    Prepare to disenmount cap'n, ahead full rudder!

    hehe

    im with AJ on this, his wisdom has showed me the error of my ways, 1 it is
     
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  7. tripwire45
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    Answer time. Right again. The answer is 1: umount.
     
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