Configuring X Windows and Printing

Which command should you use to convert encoding from one type to another?
(locale)
(tzselect)
(iconv)
(conv)
iconv
Which environment variable overrides all other locale settings and sets all locales to the same setting?
LC_ALL
Which directory contains the locale configuration files on a Linux distribution? (Tip: Enter the full path to the directory.)
/usr/share/locale
You are piping the data from the cat command to another program, but the data is garbled. You believe the locale is corrupting the output. Which variable setting should you change to avoid the problem described above?
(LC_NAME=C)
(LC_COLLATE=C)
(LC_NUMERIC=C)
(LANG=C)
LANG=C
Match the locale environmental variable name on the left with the description on the right
Specifies personal name format
LC_NAME
Specifically used an override for LC_MESSAGES.
LANGUAGE
A special variable for overriding all other settings. It sets all locales to the same setting.
LC_ALL
Defines all locale settings at once, while allowing further individual customization via the LC_*settings
LANG
You have installed a new monitor on your system. What can you do to optimize the video resolution of your monitor?
(Run startx so it auto detects the monitor.)
(Edit the settings in the XF86Config file.)
(Run gnome and let it auto-detect the monitor.)
(Run mondetect to auto set the resolution.)
Edit the settings in the XF86Config file.
You have installed XFree86 version 4. You want to run an application to configure X Windows. Which application will perform the configuration? (Choose two.)
(xorgconfig)
(xf86cfg)
(Xconfig)
(Xorg)
(Xconfiguration)
xf86cfg
and
Xconfiguration
You want to automatically query the hardware and generate an X windows configuration file. What utility can you use?
(XF86Config)
(Xconfigurator)
(XFree86)
(XF86cfg)
XFree86
You want to run a utility to configure your monitor from a command line. Which of the following commands should you use?
(XF86Setup -monitor)
(Xconfig)
(XFree86 -bpp)
(Xconfigurator –hsync –vsync)
Xconfigurator –hsync –vsync
You are installing Linux on a new system. When you setup the X server, what do you need to know about the video card for a successful configuration?
(Video chipset)
(Monitor resolution)
(Video card processor speed)
(Video RAM)
Video chipset
Which section of the /etc/X11/xorg.conf file controls the color depth?
(Module)
(Device)
(VideoAdaptor)
(Screen)
Screen
Which section of the /etc/X11/xorg.conf file allows you to create vendor-specific configuration settings for an X server?
Vendor
You have made a few changes to the X server configuration file and you need to implement the changes by restarting the X server. Which of the following actions will not restart the X server?
(Press Ctrl-Alt-Backspace)
(Restart the computer)
(Use the startx command)
(Log out and in)
Use the startx command
Which component of the X Windows System controls the placement and appearance of windows on a Linux computer?
Window Manager
Which of the following statements best describes the purpose of an X font server?
(X font servers were developed for client systems that were not powerful enough to handle font rendering.)
(An X font server controls the placement and appearance of windows on a Linux computer, such as moving, hiding, resizing, or closing them, as well as controlling what they display.)
X font servers were developed for client systems that were not powerful enough to handle font rendering.
You need to edit the Gnome Display Manager (GMD) settings on your Linux system. What is the configuration file for the GDM display manager? (Tip: Enter the full path to the file.)
/etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf
Which of the following display managers use the same configuration file?
(GDM and KDM)
(XDM and GDM)
(Each display manager uses an exclusive configuration file.)
(XDM and KDM)
XDM and KDM
Which GDM script runs as the session is starting and can register the session with utmp/wtmp?
(PostLogin)
(PreSession)
(Init)
(PostSession)
PreSession
Which section of the /etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf file has options to configure the look and content of the login screen on the GDM display manager?
(Xserver definitions)
(Greeter)
(XDMCP chooser)
(Servers)
Greeter
Which file of the /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/xdm directory should you use to configure look and content of the login screen on an XDM display manager?
(Xresources)
(Xaccess)
(Xservers)
(xdm-config)
Xresources
You have a Linux system running without a display manager. Which command will launch the display manager session in 16 bit mode?
startx -depth 16
Which of the following commands will configure the init scripts on your Linux system to launch the GDM display manager when the system boots?
(insserv gdm on)
(chkconfig –list gdm)
(chkconfig gdm on)
(gdm start)
chkconfig gdm on
What is another term for keyboard accessibility options on a Linux system?
AccessX
Who benefits from the sticky keys accessibility option?
(Users who press and hold down keys by accident)
(Users who press single keys multiple times by accident)
(Users who have difficulty pressing multiple keys at the same time.)
(Users who need a tactile representation of the keys.)
Users who have difficulty pressing multiple keys at the same time.
You have a user which has difficulty typing. She is constantly pressing keys multiple times by accident. Which keyboard accessibility option should you enable?
(mouse keys)
(sticky keys)
(toggle keys)
(bounce keys)
bounce keys
You have a user who has difficulty using the mouse. Which keyboard accessibility option should you enable?
(toggle keys)
(mouse keys)
(sticky keys)
(bounce keys)
mouse keys
Which of the following statements best describes the repeat rate keyboard accessibility option?
(Repeat rate affects how quickly the action associated with the key is repeatedly performed when the key is pressed and held down.)
(Repeat rate requires a key to be pressed for a specified time period before acceptance.)
Repeat rate affects how quickly the action associated with the key is repeatedly performed when the key is pressed and held down.
What is Emacspeak?
(A Braille Embosser.)
(A screen reader.)
(A screen magnifier.)
(An onscreen keyboard.)
A screen reader.
Which type of desktop theme displays the background and text colors to improve readability?
high contrast
Which type of Braille device prints a hard copy of a text document using Braille characters?
(Braille Embosser)
(Braille display)
(Braille reader)
(Braille theme)
Braille Embosser
Which of the following statements best describes the mouse gesture visual accessibility option?
(A mouse gesture displays an image of keyboard where a user to use a mouse to select keys as if they were pressed on a real keyboard.)
(A mouse gesture allows users to configure Linux to complete a specified task when the mouse is moved in a certain pattern.)
A mouse gesture allows users to configure Linux to complete a specified task when the mouse is moved in a certain pattern.
Which of the following is generally not an alternative input method for the GNOME On-Screen Keyboard (GOK)?
(Moving the head.)
(Blowing and sipping to activate a pneumatic switch.)
(Moving the mouse in a certain pattern.)
(Blinking an eye or a directed gaze with an eye tracking system.)
Moving the mouse in a certain pattern.
Which of the following items is a free, open source scriptable screen reader which works with the GNOME desktop?
(Gedit)
(Emacspeak)
(GOK)
(Orca)
Orca
What does the lprm command do?
(Reschedules jobs for the line printer print queue)
(Redirects output to the line printer print queue)
(Removes jobs from the line printer print queue)
(Sends e-mail about the line printer status)
Removes jobs from the line printer print queue
What information about print jobs does the utility lpq display? (Select Two.)
(The amount of in or toner left in the printer.)
(The printer serial number.)
(A numerical job ID that can be used to manipulate the job from other utilities.)
(The name of the application that submitted the job.)
(The username of the person who submitted the job. )
The username of the person who submitted the job.
and
A numerical job ID that can be used to manipulate the job from other utilities.
You want to send the yearend.txt file to the acctg printer. Which command would you use?
(lpq acctg yearend.txt)
(lpq -P acctg yearend.txt)
(lpout -P acctg yearend.txt)
(lpr -P acctg yearend.txt)
lpr -P acctg yearend.txt
User badams sends two print jobs to the Marketing printer (the default printer). He notices the printer is stalled on the first document, and uses the lprm – command. What will be the result?
(All jobs in the queue, including those for other users, will be deleted)
(Both his jobs will be deleted)
(The first job will be deleted)
Both his jobs will be deleted
You want to configure your CUPS from a Web browser. Which command is correct?
(http://localhost:531)
(http://localhost:601)
(http://localhost:901)
(http://localhost:631)
http://localhost:631
You have installed and configured a new printer manually. You cannot print to the new printer. What should you do?
(Use the command /etc/rc.d/init.d/lpd restart to restart the lpd print service)
(Use the command /etc/rc.d/init.d/cups restart to restart the cups print service)
(Use the command service cups restart to restart the cups print service)
(Use the command /etc/rc.d/init.d/printd restart to restart the print service)
Use the command /etc/rc.d/init.d/lpd restart to restart the lpd print service
and
Use the command /etc/rc.d/init.d/cups restart to restart the cups print service
and
Use the command service cups restart to restart the cups print service
You want to configure your CUPS from a Web browser. What URL address and port should you enter within the Web browser’s address field? (Tip: Enter the address and port as if at the Web browser)
http://localhost:631
You are using the cupsctl command to configure the /etc/cups/cupsd.conf file. Which cupsctl option will enable the sharing of the locally-connected printer to other computers on the network?
–share-printers
You are configuring the /etc/cups/cupsd.conf file. Which command should you use to prevent remote remote printers from being displayed on the local system?
(cupsctl –no-remote-admin)
(cupsctl –no-share-printers)
(cupsctl –remote-printers)
(cupsctl –no-remote-printers)
cupsctl –no-remote-printers
Which command should you use to create the CUPS root user and password? (Tip: Enter the command as if at the command prompt, but without any options.)
lppasswd
Which of the following lines in the /etc/cups/cupsd.conf file will configure CUPS to listen for print jobs sent only from the local system?
(Listen localhost:631)
(Listen *:631)
(Listen 192.168.0.0:631)
(Listen 192.168.0.1:631)
Listen localhost:631
Which command should you use to print 23 copies of the comparables file on the homeprint printer?
lpr -P homeprint -#23 comparables
Which of the following commands will remove all files from the print queue
(lpc clean)
(lpc remove)
(lpc status)
(lpc clear)
lpc clean
Which lpr option should you use to change the page width of the print job?
(-h)
(-r)
(-P)
(-w)
-w
Which command will show the contents of all the print queues on your Linux system? (Tip: Enter the command as if at the command prompt.)
lpq -a
Which of the following commands removes print job 11 from the hp7 printer?
(lprm 11)
(cancel -P hp7 11)
(cancel -U hp7 11)
(cancel 11)
cancel -P hp7 11
Your linux system uses the Line Printer Daemon (LPD) to manage print jobs. Which file should you use to edit the LDP configuration? (Tip: Enter the full path to the file.)
/etc/lpd.perms