Linux Files Assessment Test
A Linux files expert is a person who is either a website file manager or server administrator. To operate a fully managed server, one must know the fundamental knowledge of Linux Files.
The Linux Files Test has been designed and developed to help employers and recruiters evaluate the file management skills of candidates using Linux Files. The test contains meaningful questions on Files management in Linux, collection of files, output of certain processes on files, which command is used to provide required information to the file in Linux and many more.
Using powerful reporting, you will have detailed analysis of test results to help you make better decisions and predict candidate and employee success.
This pre-employment test is useful for hiring:
- Linux System Developer
- Linux System Engineer
- Linux System Administrator
Linux Files test enables employers to identify & hire Linux developers by evaluating their working skills and job readiness. For this reason, an emphasis is laid upon evaluating the knowledge of applied skills gained through real work experience, rather than theoretical knowledge.
The test may contain MCQ's (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQ's (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blank, Descriptive, Whiteboard Questions, Audio / Video Questions, True or False.
Test Duration: 20 minutes
20 Application Questions
The Linux test contains a combination of application and theory questions that help you to evaluate technical as well as practical skills of candidates.
Linux Files Test
Question #1 of 3
What the 'chmod 4777 a.out' will do?
will set the suid bit of a.out
will set the suid bit of a.out only if the command is issued by root
is not a valid command
will set the sticky bit of a.out
Question #2 of 3
A user executes the following command successfully:
$ chmod +x file1.txt
Which of the following is TRUE about the output of this command?
The command results in adding execute permission to the user who ran this command
The command results in adding execute permission for the owner of the file
The command results in an error since the file is not an executable file
The command results in adding execute permission for all users (i.e., user,group & others)
Question #3 of 3
If you are a root user, how can you grand execute permission only for the owner of the file project1?
chmod +x project1
chmod u+x project1
chmod a+x project1
chmod U+X project1
|Candidate Name: David Messi||Test Date: 28-May-2014|
|Test Name: Linux Files Test||Test Start Time: 13.30|
Score: 18 Out Of 20
|Tolerable Limit||Not acceptable|
|Gender :||Male||Phone Number :||+1-541-754-3010|
|Total Experience (Years) :||3||Total Experience (Months) :||5|
|Skill Set :||Linux Files||Current Employer :||Interview Mocha|
|Current Job Title :||Solution Architect||Current Salary :||600.00|
|Expected Salary :||1000000.00||Current Location :||Chicago|
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