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117-202 Exam Questions & Answers

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Exam Code: 117-202
Exam Name: LPI Level 2 Exam 202
Updated: Sep 23, 2023
Q&As: 294
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117-202 Online Practice Questions and Answers

Questions 1

Where is the procmail configuration of the user foo stored if home directories are located in /home? (Specify the full name of the file, including path.)

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Questions 2

What command would be used to configure the interface eth1:1 with the IP address 10 10.34 and the netmask

A. ifconfig eth1:1 netmask start

B. ifconfig netmask eth1:1 up

C. ifconfig eth1:1 netmask up

D. ifconfig eth1:1 up

E. ifconfig eth1:1 up

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Questions 3

A program, called vsftpd, running in a chroot jail, is giving the following error: /bin/vsftpD. error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object filE. No such file or directory. Which TWO of the following are possible solutions?

A. Get the vsftp source code and compile it statically.

B. The file /etc/ must contain the path to the appropriate lib directory in the chroot jail

C. Create a symbolic link that points to the required library outside the chroot jail

D. Copy the required library to the appropriate lib directory in the chroot jail.

E. Run the program using the command chroot and the option --static_libs

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