Planning to sit the LPIC-1 exams soon? Need to get a feel for the questions?
Exja at Planet Malaysia has a brain dump of his LPIC-1 questions and answers for you to review and get comfortable with.
Here are some of the questions you can expect to see,
No.1 You want to save vi changes to the file myfile with : w!. but vi complains it can not write to the file. Therefore, you want to check the write permissions on the file. To do this without leaving vi, you type:
A. :!ls -l myfile
B. :\s -l myfile
C. esc:ls -l myfile
D. :?ls -l myfile
No.2 You are writing text in vi. Now you want to save your changes and exit. Which TWO sequence of inputs will accomplish this?
A. esc ZZ
B. ctrl : w!
C. esc zz
D. esc :wq!
E. ctrl XX
No.3 After starting vi to edit an existing text file. you press Ã¯Â¿Â½AÃ¯Â¿Â½ (shift + a). This will let you:
A. insert text at the end of the current line
B. insert text at the end of the current sentence
C. insert text after your current cursor position
D. insert text at the end of the file
E. insert text at the end of your current paragraph
No.4 Which keystrokes will move the cursor 3 lines down and 4 characters to the right?
No.5 Select all the ways of exiting and saving a vi session.
D. Shift zz
E. : x
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WOW!! After waiting my whole life to watch this movie I finally managed to catch it with my nephew today. The plan was to watch it at the IMAX theater in Times Square to experience the whole life size effect but due to bad sits we had to revert to GSC instead.
144minutes of pure entertainment. My eyes were glued to the screen from start to end trying to soak in every bit of detail. The movie was filled with just the right amount for drama, humor and action scenes which get complimented by the excellent graphics.
Megan Fox, new to the big screen managed to look hot throughout the whole movie working side by side with Shia LaBeouf and guardian Bumble Bee who transforms into an awesome yellow Chevy with racing stripes.Â Josh Duhamel and Tyrese Gibson played good soldiers working together with the autobots.
The autobots with their land vehicles were really something. Optimus prime, Mr.nice looked awesome as usual with his blue, red and flames to finish. Megatron on the other hand look liked he came straight from hell. Brutal totally brutal.
I came out of the movie with the feeling of total satisfaction. I was expecting as always a bad adaptation of a good comic but I was wrong big time. All the hype was totally worth it. The best part is, rumor has it that we will get 2 more sequels to the movie to look forward to in the future. I am planning to watch it again but in true IMAX.
Awesome movie, that was me and my opiniion being a die hard transformers fand since I was a kid. What about you, what’s your opinion?
I have always been using KeePass on my notebook as my password manager till recently when I moved back to KL. Read on to find out why.
I have 3 windows based machines that I use regularly. 2 at home and 1 for the road. They all have access to the net. Firefox with Google’s browser sync extension is what I use to keep my bookmarks, urls and forms synchronized between them.
All the login details for my banking sites and secure work sites are stored in my trusty KeePass. When I get back I normally work on my desktops. I have to export the KeePass database from my notebook and import it into my into my notebooks and every time I have a new login added I have to repeat the export/import process all over again. This prompted me to start seaching for an alternative solution. Online password managers!!
PassPack has been around for some time now(Dec 2006). It is feature packed,secure and I love the simple,functional and clean interface. The learning curve needed to get used to PassPack is almost 0 to none.
Some of the features that stand out to me are;
I have using PassPack for a few days now and it’s awesome!!