Answers to Assessment Test

  1. A, B, D, and E. A Linux distribution bundles the Linux kernel, GNU utilities, applications, and a package management utility to make it unique, so options A, B, D, and E are all correct. User and group accounts are somewhat standard across Linux systems based on the software packages installed, not on the distribution, so option C is incorrect.

  2. B, C, and E. Linux supports the GNOME, KDE Plasma, and Cinnamon graphical interfaces, so options B, C, and E are correct. Linux does not support the proprietary macOS or Metro environments, so options A and D are incorrect.

  3. False. The FSF does advocate free software, but it defines it in terms of freedom to do things you want to do with the software, not the price ...

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