1. The following line appears in your X server’s mouse configuration area. What can you conclude?
Option "Protocol" "PS/2"
A. The mouse is connected to the PS/2 hardware mouse port.
B. The mouse uses the PS/2 software communication standard.
C. The computer is an ancient IBM PS/2 system.
D. The mouse was designed for use with IBM’s OS/2.
E. A slash (/) is invalid in a protocol name, so the mouse won’t work.
2. How can you tell whether your system is using inetd or xinetd as a super server? (Select two.)
A. Type ps ax | grep inetd, and examine the output for signs of inetd or xinetd.
B. Type superserver to see a report on which super server is running.
C. Look for the /etc/inetd.conf file or /etc/xinetd.d subdirectory, which are ...