operating systems Online Quiz - 37

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As a normal end user, you can delegate your mailbox permissions which is hosted on MS Exchange server from the Outlook.

  1. True

  2. False

Correct Option: A

On Windows, You can check the ip address of your computer by using the following command

  1. Ipconfig

  2. ifconfig

  3. Arp

  4. ping

Correct Option: A

The command msinfo32 is used to open

  1. Registry

  2. System Properties

  3. Control panel

  4. System information

Correct Option: D
  1. Nothing can be done

  2. Open system properties > Advanced>Setting under startup and Recovery>UnCheck restart on system failure

  3. open Msconfig and disable all startup items

  4. Do a Disk Derfrgmentation

Correct Option: B
  1. Address Resolution Protocol

  2. Address Revolution Protocol

  3. Address Resolution Packets

  4. Automatic Resulution Protocol

Correct Option: A

What is the Port number used for a SSL?

  1. 23

  2. 21

  3. 80

  4. 443

Correct Option: D
  1. Windows ME

  2. Windows 7

  3. Windows XP

  4. Windows 95

Correct Option: B

How do you identify the Directories and the executables alone

  1. ls -d

  2. ls -Fx

  3. ls -ad

  4. ls -ltr

Correct Option: B

what is the significance of [email protected] in unix shell

  1. The total count of positional parameters.

  2. Name of the executed command

  3. same as $* except when enclosed in double quotes

  4. none of these

Correct Option: C

Predict the output of the following program code main() { fork(); fork(); fork(); printf("Am in TCS!"); }

  1. It will get printed once

  2. it will get printed 8times

  3. it will not work

  4. It wil print three times

Correct Option: B

What is the keyword "echoe" used for

  1. Used to display the chanrecters that follow this unix command (Similar to echo).

  2. When combined with "stty" as a switch (stty -echoe) would actually remove the backspaced charecter from display.

  3. There is no such command / option in UNIX

  4. a & b are correct

Correct Option: B
  1. This will not work

  2. Similar to ls command and displays all files in current dir

  3. will display the string " * "

  4. will display all the files in the previously ccessed directory

Correct Option: B

UNIX command to wait for a specified number of seconds before exit.

  1. sleep n

  2. sleep(n-1)

  3. snooze(n)

  4. snooze n

Correct Option: A
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