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CompTIA Linux+ Certification Study Guide (2009 Exam) by Graham Speake, Terrence V. Lillard, Chris Happel, Brian Barber

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Appendix Self Test

Chapter 2: Installing Linux

  • 1. Your manager has asked you to order the next set of workstations for the department. In addition, the organization has decided to migrate from a Microsoft Windows XP operating system to a Linux operating system environment. As a result, the workstations you order must support a Linux operating system. To verify that the workstation you plan on ordering is supported by the Linux distribution you would like to install, what should you do?
    • A. Configure the workstation to dual boot both Windows 98 and Linux operating systems.
    • B. Tell your manager that Linux is an operating system for servers only.
    • C. Review the HCL for the Linux distribution you would like to install to verify the version of Linux ...

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