TecMint’s “Test Yourself” Quiz – 15 Linux Basic Questions Part -1

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Test Yourself Quiz

Linux Questions Quiz

Linux Questions and Answers Quiz

Q1: Linux is __________________.

  1. Free and Close Source
  2. Free and Open Source
  3. Non-free and Close Source
  4. Non-free and Open Source

Q2: Linux actually is

  1. Operating System
  2. Computer
  3. Kernel
  4. Hardware Company

Q3: Linux was Developed by

  1. Linux Torvald
  2. Linus Torvald
  3. Bill Gates
  4. Steve Jobs

Q4: The First CD Based Linux Distribution was?

  1. Yggdrasil GNU/Linux
  2. Slackware GNU/Linux
  3. RedHat GNU/Linux
  4. Ubuntu GNU/Linux

Q5: _________________ is the core of the operating system

  1. Shell
  2. Kernel
  3. Command
  4. Script

Q6: Which among the following interacts directly with system?

  1. Shell
  2. Commands
  3. Kernel
  4. Applications

Q7: Major part of Linux Kernel is written

  1. Shell Script
  2. C Programming Language
  3. C++ Programming Language
  4. Perl Programming Language

Q8: Linux is which kind of Operating System?

  1. Multi User
  2. Multi Processes
  3. Multi Tasking
  4. All the above

Q9: Unix Operating System from IBM is

  1. AIX
  2. MAC
  3. BSD
  4. AUX

Q10: X86 Architecture means

  1. 16 bit
  2. 32 bit
  3. 48 bit
  4. 86 bit

Q11: Which among the following is used to write small programs to control Unix functionalities?

  1. Shell Script
  2. Shell Commands
  3. Filters
  4. C Language

Q12: Applications communicate with kernel by using:

  1. System Calls
  2. C Programs
  3. Shell Script
  4. Shell

Q13: HP developed the UNIX with the brand name?

  1. BSD
  2. AUX
  3. AIX
  4. IOS

Q14: Which among the following is not an editor in Linux

  1. emacs
  2. vi
  3. vim
  4. Notepad

Q15: Linux has no support for Language other than English

  1. True
  2. False
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36 Responses

  1. Ajit says:

    1(b) 2(c) 3(b) (a) 5(b) 6(c) 7(b) 8(d) 9(a) 10(b) 11(a) 12(a) 13(b) 14(d) 15(b)

  2. 1.b
    2.a
    3.b
    4.c
    5.b
    6.c
    7.b
    8.d
    9.a
    10.b
    11.a
    12.b
    13.b
    14.d
    15.b

  3. vallabh says:

    1.b
    2.c
    3.b
    4.d
    5.b
    6.b
    7.a
    8.b
    9.a
    10.b
    11.a
    12.d
    13.b
    14.d
    15.a

  4. Prasanna says:

    1(b), 2(c), 3(b), 4(a), 5(b), 6(c), 7(b), 8(d), 9(a), 10(b), 11(a), 12(a), 13(b), 14(d), 15 (b)

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