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For a user _______ is an autoexec.bat equivalent file in Linux

A. .bashrc

B. .bash_rc

C. .bash_profile

D. .bashprofile

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  1. If there is any problem with the command, the error is given by
  2. The X-Window system in Linux is a
  3. During Linux booting the init program is called by
  4. The command to view the partition information is
  5. To get information about the Ethernet card, ___________ command is used
  6. Which command is used to compare files?
  7. Output of the command 'wc <filename>' is
  8. To view all the installed RPM packages use
  9. To search a pattern in a file _________ can be used
  10. To remove a directory which is not empty ____ is used
  11. cat > abc, if the requested file does not exist, error will be given by
  12. An user can login without password
  13. A user is logged in on a terminal; root tries to delete the user. Will the user be deleted?
  14. To create multiple directories in one shot ________ is used
  15. What is the relation between grep & egrep
  16. All device files are stored in
  17. To give all permission to a file to all users the command isall of the above
  18. To see the process status which command you will use?
  19. Linux is a ---------------Operating System
  20. In practical, at the most _____ terminals can be opened at a time
  21. ________ gives information about an user
  22. User passwords are stored in
  23. What will be the output of the command 'tail sample'?
  24. Default file system type of Linux is
  25. Samba is actually a
  26. What is the meaning of chmod 444 stuf?
  27. The --------- command sorts lines of all the named files.
  28. To change the ownership of a file use
  29. For a user _______ is an autoexec.bat equivalent file in Linux
  30. Which command is used to see the content of a file