Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Professional Knowledge Quiz for IBPS SO IT Officer 2017

Q1. ______is most commonly used for entering and editing program language statements and for writing short notes including e-mail, usually comes as part of any UNIX-based system.
(a) word processor
(b) MS-Excel
(c) vi
(d) Notepad
(e) None of these
Q2. In 1974, ____became the first operating system written in the C language  as an interactive time-sharing system.
(a) JAVA
(b) Windows
(c) Python
(d) Unix
(e) Multics

Q3. What is SHell as in Operating System?
(a) Interactive user interface
(b) Command interpreter
(c) Process
(d) None of the above
(e) Both (b) and (a)

Q4. Essential Unix command 'GREP' is used to?
(a)  Find any repetitions of data in a file
(b) Find a specific character string or pattern in a file
(c) Replace a file with a representative file,
(d) Find all files created bt the current logged-in user
(e) None of the above

Q5. Effective Unix command 'whoami' is used to?
(a) Give a report on the current environment
(b) Display information about the currently logged-in user
(c) List all available patches
(d) Answer existential question about life and purpose
(e) None of the above

Q6. Powerful Unix command 'traceroute' is used to?
(a) See which applications a user has changed
(b) Enable a router
(c) Retrieve an archived report
(d) Discover a route to the host
(e) None of these

Q7. The file permission 764 means:
(a) Every one can read, group can execute only and the owner can read and write
(b) Every one can read and write, but owner alone can execute
(c) Every one can read, group including owner can write, owner alone can execute
(d) Every one can read and write and execute
(e) None of these

Q8.Solaris is the name of a flavor of UNIX from:
(a) HP
(b) IBM
(c) Digital Equipment Corp
(d) Sun Microsystems
(e) None of the above

Q9. Which of the following is “NOT” a UNIX variant?
(a) Solaris
(b) AIX
(c) IRIX
(d) AS400
(e) None of the above

Q10. Which one of the following is not a linux distribution?
(a) Debian
(b) Gentoo
(c) openSUSE
(d) Fedora
(e) Slix

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