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Linux Quiz 2c covering cp, head, sort, comm, grep, and...

This is a quiz accompanying the Linux Essentials Tutorial series and comes in both video and text-based content. Here we cover commands 21-40. Start with the YouTube video set to cool music or jump right in here.

Beginner

The Linux command line quiz in video runs for 6 1/2 minutes and is a little more difficult than the free text-based quiz below. The 25 questions are the same, either way you should have fun and it will be a good challenge. Please enjoy and happy learning!

Video and quiz by Paul Alan Davis, CFA, December 18, 2016
Updated: August 1, 2017

Linux Command Line Quiz | 2c

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Linux Command Line Quiz for Beginners | 2c (6:28)

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The Quiz

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#1

How do you show a count of words in file1.txt?

$ wc -w file1.txt

#2

How do you sort the bash history file then count each unique line?

$ sort .bash_history | uniq -c

#3

How do you make a symbolic link to documents directory calling it doc?

$ ln -s documents doc

#4

How do you use NA for blank data when joining file1.txt and file2.txt?

$ join -e NA file1.txt file2.txt

#5

How do you show the first 5 lines of the .bashrc file?

$ head -n 5 .bashrc


#6

How do you delete a directory called files and its contents?

$ rm -r files

#7

How do you show common lines in file1.txt and file1.bak?

$ comm -12 file1.txt file1.bak

#8

How do you select a second file's contents when prompted by sdiff?

$ r

#9

How do you copy file1.txt to an existing directory called backup?

$ cp file1.txt backup

#10

How do you make a templates directory in another called app?

$ mkdir -p app/templates


#11

How do you select characters two to four in each row of file1.txt?

$ cut -c 2-4 file1.txt

#12

How do you show programs that start with grep?

$ apropos -w grep*

#13

How do you show the number of lines in file1.txt?

$ wc -l file1.txt

#14

How do you create a bin directory with a confirmation message?

$ mkdir -v bin

#15

How do you create file2.txt that is file1.txt sorted?

$ sort --output='file2.txt' file1.txt


#16

How do you print lines in .bashrc that include the term case?

$ grep "case" .bashrc

#17

How do you show the last 7 lines of the .bash_history file?

$ tail -n 7 .bash_history

#18

How do you create a reminder before deleting file1.txt?

$ rm -i file1.txt

#19

How do you show changes needed to make file1.txt equal file2.txt?

$ diff file1.txt file2.txt

#20

How do you find files in the bin directory including zip in the name?

$ find /bin -name '*zip*'


#21

How do you select rows in .bash_history with the word nano?

$ grep "nano" .bash_history

#22

How do you paste rows in file1.txt and file2.txt without a delimiter?

$ paste file1.txt file2.txt

#23

How do you edit file1.txt with the correct spelling of hmtl as html?

$ sed -i 's/hmtl/html/' file1.txt

#24

How do you move file1.txt into docs directory only if it is newer?

$ mv -u file1.txt docs

#25

How do you see a prompt before copying file1.txt to file1.bak?

$ cp -i file1.txt file1.bak


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