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Kydd
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2006 4:49 am    Post subject: pending or incorrect answers in Linux + ------- Reply with quote

[i][b]This thread was edited to remove reference to any potentially copyrighted material and to respect the rights of the authors/owners.

-tripwire45[/i][/b]

The following were listed as pending an answer. Anyone care to confirm the correct answers? See also the last question here, #97, and the --- appears to be incorrect! If anyone else recalls any incorrect answers, please post them here. My understanding is that the updated exam does not have many of the questions from even the latest --- anyways, so I've been using the Sybex version 3 as well to prepare.

QUESTION NO: 25
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QUESTION NO: 80
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QUESTION NO: 82
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QUESTION NO: 356
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QUESTION NO: 357
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QUESTION NO: 97
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--- says A but real answer is B!!!
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2006 12:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="ffreeloader"]What I would like to say to this isn't printable in a "G" rated forum.

What I will say to this is take that braindump crap and go home. I'm not about to confirm, deny, or give any other type of affirmation to someone who cheats. I hope you flunk your exams a few times, it will serve you right. I hope you get caught at it too so you'll never be able to get any type of certification.... Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad

[size=24][b]Get a life, earn your certifications, and quit cheating....[/b][/size]

If I knew who you were I turn you in myself because braindumpers cheapen the all the hard work honest people put into learning and getting certified....[/quote]

Dude you are such a tool. I've been working in a Linux environment (along with OS X/Solaris/FreeBSD) and like I said, I also have been using the Sybex guide which is APPROVED by CompTIA, you schmuck. I'm just trying to reinforce what I already know. I got my A+, Net+, SCSA, and i-Net+ 2+ years ago and I was simply thinking about adding to them.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2006 2:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="tripwire45"]Three things. First, flaming and name calling isn't permitted here. Secondly, regardless of the rationale, braindumps are not supported here. Finally...it can be argued that even a dumper like the one mentioned "owns" (and I'll use the term loosely) the material they produce and don't sanction it being posted elsewhere on the Internet. The Sybex material is certainly copyrighted and I don't think they'd appreciate their stuff posted, so we shouldn't post direct quotes of their material here.

I'm going to give it some thought rather than go off half cocked but I'm going to consult with the other staff regarding locking the thread. So far, it hasn't been particularly helpful.[/quote]

To clarify, the above questions were from TK not Sybex. I apologize for the name calling but "rijelkentaurus" really struck a nerve in me this AM.

All I was looking for is what someone here may have thought the correct answers were to 4 friggin questions that may or may not even be on the exam, w/ a simple explanation as to why they think that answer is correct. It's not like I posted the entire thing. I believe that falls under "fair use"...
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2006 3:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fine I'll answer my own questions:

25: D (M for [url=http://linux.about.com/od/commands/l/blcmdl1_top.htm]Memory[/url])
80: D (see [url=http://www.linux.ie/articles/tutorials/vi2.php]this link[/url])
82: B (most obvious answer)
356: D (see [url=http://leaf.sourceforge.net/doc/guide/compkern.html]this link[/url])
357: D (see [url=http://www.dslreports.com/faq/4851]this link[/url])

Oh, the BBCode in PC/Firefox doesn't seem to work quite right here. It inserts the URL tag at the end of the msg rather than point of insertion.

Sheesh so much for "discussions"...
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