The user called user12 sent 100 identical print jobs to the print spooler called printer1. You are logged in as the user root.
Which command should you use to remove all of the jobs that user12 sent to printer1?
# ls li
83215 rw-r–r- 2 root other 180 May 7 12:11 file1 83215 rw-r–r- 2 root other 180 May 7 12.11 file2
Which two are results of removing file2? (Choose two)
Which Solaris 9 command should be used as a substitute for all the /dev logical link generation commands that were used in Solaris Operating Environment releases prior to Solaris 8?
Which two commands perform a full backup of all files in the root (/) file system to the default /dev/rmt/0 tape device? (Choose two)
Given the following message from the command which removes the SUNWaudd package:
## Verifying package dependencies.
The <SUNWauddx> package depends on the package
currently being removed.
The <SUNWusb> package depends on the package currently being removed.
Dependency checking failed.
What happens to the files associated with the SUNWauddx and SUNWusb packages if you continue with the removal operation?
Which command adds the group class with a GID of 312?
# lpstat d
What displays on the screen.
Your system has no printer configuration in place, but is configured to communicate with all other systems on your network. Which command should you use to send a file called file1 to a print queue called printer1 located on a print server called server1?
You are making your system more secure and decide that you are going to disable root logins. In the file that contains the entry which controls root logins, to what must the line beginning CONSOLE= be set for root logins to be disabled?
Why should you avoid using the abort sequence to get the ok prompt on a Solaris 9 system?