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Random Linux+ Question #71

Discussion in 'Linux+' started by tripwire45, Sep 14, 2005.

  1. tripwire45
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    tripwire45 Zettabyte Poster

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    You are on the command line in the /etc directory. You have "cat-ed" the fstab file and are looking at the contents. You see a such as:

    /dev/hda1
    /dev/hda2
    /dev/fd0
    /dev/hdc
    /dev/zip

    In the options column next to some of these entries, you see "noauto". What could this indicate? Choose only one answer.

    1. Indicates drives that will not autorun when media is placed in them such as a CD-ROM drive. You would have to run the media manually.

    2. Indicates drives that are not automatically mounted at boot such as floppy, CD-ROM, and zip drives.

    3. Indicates drives that are not automatically mounted for all users. Only root can mount these drives.

    4. Indicates drives that are not automatically mounted when a particular user logs onto the system. The user will have to manually mount these drives.

    Answer later.
     
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  2. Jakamoko
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    Jakamoko On the move again ...

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    2 for me, Trip.
     
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  3. hbroomhall

    hbroomhall Petabyte Poster Gold Member

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    2 for me too!
     
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  4. Bluerinse
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    Bluerinse Exabyte Poster

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    I will go with Gav on this one. The device should not be automatically mounted when the system is booted.

    Answer = 2

    Pete
     
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  5. surfer_rosa

    surfer_rosa Nibble Poster

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    Yeah, 2 as well.
     
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  6. tripwire45
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    tripwire45 Zettabyte Poster

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    Correct answer is #2. I'm obviously going too easy on you. :)
     
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