Chapter 1: Hardware and System Configuration
- A. The
modprobe command loads the module and its dependencies, if applicable. The
lsmod command is used to list currently loaded modules, making answer B incorrect. The
insmod command will load a given module but not its dependencies. Answer D,
rmmod, is used to remove a module from memory.
- C. The keyword
single given on the Linux kernel command line will boot the system into single-user mode. The other options are not valid.
- A. The Shift key, if pressed when control has first been handed to GRUB, will cause the GRUB menu to be displayed.
- D. The
dmesg command displays the contents of the kernel ring buffer. On many Linux distributions, this log is also saved to
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