30 Linux Questions With Answers – Online Test for Geeks

Check out 30 Linux questions on essential OS concepts and frequently used commands.

Every Linux OS has four primary components: Kernel, Shells, System Utils, and Application Programs. However, mostly we use to interact with the Shells and Linux commands to get on to the tasks.

Especially in this quiz, we’ve assembled thirty situation-based questions on Linux commands. In each question, you’ll be asked to select a command that can fit in the given scenario.

For example, you might run into a case where you’ll have to leave but run a program in the background. Alternatively, the program has to throw all errors and output to a single file. In some other scenario, you may have to copy final logs to a remote machine after finishing a task.

These types of Linux questions are useful in the sense as they’ll make you think the real-time usage of the OS commands.

By the way, if you are one of a shell scripting freak, then do attempt this Unix Shell scripting quiz.

Learning all Linux commands isn’t as easy as like remembering the alphabet. One can only keep them memorized by mapping to a palpable situation. Hence, we wrote a dedicated post covering essential Linux commands which you can use as a quick reference.

30 Linux Questions With Answers – Online Test.

For your information, please note that this Linux test has both single and multiple choice questions. So, we suggest you please carefully attempt all the questions. Press the below Start quiz button to go ahead.
30 Linux Questions With Answers

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We hope that you would have enjoyed solving each and every question of this online Linux quiz. The knowledge which you would gain from here is not only relevant in the interviews, but you can also use it in handling real-time tasks. Those who have recently started playing with Linux can go through the below post and learn even more.

Before we conclude for the day, let’s listen to an interesting quote about Linux. It highlights why it’s counted as the best Server operating system.

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s Kernel Man, faster than a speeding bullet, to your rescue.

It was none other than the great Linus Torvald who said this in his speech while announcing a new Kernel release.

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