10 Interview Questions and Answers on Various Commands in Linux

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Avishek Kumar

I am a major in computer science, love to research nix. I love to write codes and scripts, review distros, experiment Foss Technologies, write technical articles, Hack, of course Ethically. I am working as System Administrator (nix) for a NGO.

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11 Responses

  1. Vasanth says:

    q1. Which flag/cmd to revoke the change. so that we can edit/delete the file?

  2. Ali says:


    I really like your blog and the posts published by you are all great and informative.

    Keep going and help us grow do put some more informative question answeres it needs to updated every month with latest technical questions … :)

  3. Ramakrishna says:

    very useful stuff for linux beginners………….

  4. Deepak says:

    Hi, I gave 2 interviews for linux admin and 1 topic bothered me both the time. That is Linux boot process. For just the Boot process it’e ok but questions in between the boot process re really scaring.me. Please help newbies with the questions in between the boot process.
    Thanks for all the questions and answers.

  5. Koshal says:

    Thank You So Much Mr. Avishek Kumar to post such type of Que-Ans. I really like like this site.

  6. JuanSys76 says:

    Very good article ……….

  7. ankit says:


    very interesting things to understand basics.

    keep it up..

  8. champ007 says:

    Thank you for providing such useful information.

  9. Anand says:


    I really like your site and the posts published by you are all great and informative.

    Keep going and help us grow … :)

  10. Cesar says:

    Hi, found in the last point q.10 that the file is called Initrd

    thanks for this very useful post!

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