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Exam Number/Code: RH302
Exam name: Red Hat Certified Engineer on Redhat Enterprise Linux 5 (Labs)
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Q101. CORRECT TEXT

/storage directory on linux server should make available on windows system that jeff user should able to access on read only mode within example.com domain.

Answer and Explanation:

1. vi /etc/samba/smb.conf

[global]

netbios name=station?

workgroup=station?

security=user

smb passwd file=/etc/samba/smbpasswd

encrypt passwords=yes

hosts allow= .example.com

[data]

path=/data

public=no

writable=no

browsable=yes

2. smbpasswd -a jeff

3. service smb start

4. chkconfig smb on

/etc/samba/smb.conf. There are some pre-defined section, i. global à use to define the global options, ii. Printers à use to share the printers, iii. homes à use the share the user's home directory.

Security=user à validation by samba username and password. May be there are other users also.

To allow certain share to certain user we should use valid users option.

smbpasswd à Helps to change user's smb password. -a option specifies that the username following should be added to the local smbpasswd file.


Q102. CORRECT TEXT

Make Secondary belongs the both users on sysadmin group.

Answer and Explanation:

1. usermod -G sysadmin john

2. usermod -G sysadmin jane

3. Verify by reading /etc/group file

Using usermod command we can make user belongs to different group. There are two types of group one primary and another is secondary. Primary group can be only one but user can belongs to more than one group as secondary.

usermod -g groupname username à To change the primary group of the user

usermod -G groupname username à To make user belongs to secondary group.


Q103. CORRECT TEXT

Give Full Permission to owner user and owner group member but no permission to others on /data.

Answer and Explanation:

We can change the permission of file/directory either character symbol method or numeric method.

Permission:

r-Read

w-Write

x-Execute

Permission Category

u- Owner User

g- Owner Group

o- Others

Operators

+ à Add the Permissions

- à Remove the Permissions

= à Assigns the Permissions

Numeric Method:

4àRead

2à Write

1àExecute

Total: 7, total for owner user, owner group member and for others : 777

1. chmod u+rwx /data

2. chmod g+rwx /data

3. chmod o-rwx /data

or

chmod 770 /data

4. Verify the /data : ls -ld /data

5. You will get drwxrwx---


Q104. CORRECT TEXT

Deny to all users except root to run cron schedule.

Answer and Explanation:

1. vi /etc/cron.allow

root

or

vi /etc/cron.deny

Write all user name to deny.

/etc/cron.allow, /etc/cron.deny file is used to control users to allow or deny. If /etc/cron.allow file is created only that users are allowed to run cron schedule. Another way to deny to users is /etc/cron.deny write all user name on single line.


Q105. CORRECT TEXT

You are giving RHCE exam. Examiner gave you the Boot related problem and told to you that make successfully boot the System. While booting system, you saw some error and stop the boot process by displaying some error messages.

Kernel Panic - not syncing: Attempted to kill init!

And no further boot process. What you will do to boot the system.

Answer and Explanation:

To understand the role of a boot loader, take a step back from Linux. When you boot your computer, the BIOS starts by detecting basic hardware, including your hard drives. Once it's done, it looks for the boot loader on the Master Boot Record of the first available disk. If you're working with an older PC, the BIOS can't find your boot loader unless it's located within the first 1,024 cylinders of the hard disk.

Newer BIOSes overcome this problem with Logical Block Addressing, which is also known as LBA mode. LBA mode reads 'logical' values for the cylinder, head, and sector, which allows the BIOS to 'see' a larger disk drive.

If you have multiple hard drives, there is one more caveat. If your drives are IDE hard drives, the /boot directory must be on a hard drive attached to the primary IDE controller. If your drives are all SCSI hard drives, the /boot directory must be located on a hard drive with SCSI ID 0 or ID 1. If you have a mix of hard drives, the /boot directory must be located on either the first IDE drive or a SCSI drive with ID 0. In other words, this is not an issue on the Red Hat exams unless the computer that you're tested on has more than two hard drives. And I believe that's less likely, as that would increase the cost of the exam.

If you are getting the Kernel panic error, it means it is boot loader related problem. Redhat Enterprise Linux uses the GRUB boot loader. You can pass the kernel parameter from the boot loader as well as you can correct the kernel parameter passing from boot loader from GRUB screen at boot time.

GRUB boot loader configuration file is: /etc/grub.conf

And Correct Configuration is:

default=0

timeout=5

splashimage=(hd0,0)/grub/splash.xpm.gz

hiddenmenu

title Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES (2.6.9-5.EL)

root (hd0,0)

kernel /vmlinuz-2.6.9-5.EL ro root=LABEL=/ rhgb quiet

initrd /initrd-2.6.9-5.EL.img

Probably miss-configured the boot loader, so giving this problem. You can pass the correct parameter from GRUB prompt:

If you know all parameters and sequence of the boot loader you can enter in command prompt also.

Press c on GRUB screen.

Grub> root (hd0,0)

grub> kernel /vmlinuz-2.6.9-5.EL ro root=LABEL=/ rhgb quiet

grub> initrd /initrd-2.6.9-5.EL.img

grub>boot


Q106. CORRECT TEXT

There are Mail servers, Web Servers, DNS Servers and Log Server. Log Server is already configured. You should configure the mail server, web server and dns server to send the logs to log server.

Answer and Explanation:

According to question, log server is already configured. We have to configure the mail, web and dns server for log redirection.

In mail, web and dns server:

1. vi /etc/syslog.conf

mail.* @logserveraddress

2. service syslog restart

mail is the facility and * means the priority. It sends logs of mail services into log server.


Q107. CORRECT TEXT

You are giving the debug RHCT exam. The examiner told you that the password of root is redhat.

When you tried to login displays the error message and redisplayed the login screen. You changed the root password, again unable to login as a root. How will you make Successfully Login as a root.

Answer and Explanation:

When root unable to login into the system think:

1. Is password correct?

2. Is account expired?

3. Is terminal Blocked?

Do these Steps:Boot the System on Single user mode.Change the passwordCheck the account expire date by using chage -l root command.

If account is expired, set net expire date: chage -E "NEVER" root

1. Check the file /etc/securetty à Which file blocked to root login from certain terminal.

2. If terminal is deleted or commented write new or uncomment.

3. Reboot the system and login as a root.


Q108. CORRECT TEXT

Make on /data that only the user owner and group owner member can fully access.

Answer and Explanation:

1. chmod 770 /data

2. Verify using : ls -ld /data

Preview should be like:

drwxrwx--- 2 root sysadmin 4096 Mar 16 18:08 /data

To change the permission on directory we use the chmod command. According to the question that only the owner user (root) and group member (sysadmin) can fully access the directory so:

chmod 770 /data


Q109. CORRECT TEXT

One Package named zsh is dump on ftp://server1.example.com under /pub/updates directory and your FTP server is 192.168.0.254. Install the package zsh.

Answer and Explanation:

1. rpm -ivh ftp://server1/example.com/pub/updates/zsh-*

or

1. Login to ftp server : ftp ftp://server1.example.com using anonymous user.

2. Change the directory: cd pub and cd updates

3. Download the package: mget zsh-*

4. Quit from the ftp prompt : bye

5. Install the package

6. rpm -ivh zsh-*

7. Verify either package is installed or not : rpm -q zsh


Q110. CORRECT TEXT

Dig Server1.example.com, Resolve to successfully through DNS Where DNS server is 172.24.254.254

Answer and Explanation:

#vi /etc/resolv.conf

nameserver 172.24.254.254

# dig server1.example.com

#host server1.example.com

DNS is the Domain Name System, which maintains a database that can help your computer translate domain names such as www.redhat.com to IP addresses such as 216.148.218.197. As no individual DNS server is large enough to keep a database for the entire Internet, they can refer requests to other DNS servers.

DNS is based on the named daemon, which is built on the BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain) package developed through the Internet Software Consortium

Users wants to access by name so DNS will interpret the name into ip address. You need to specify the Address if DNS server in each and every client machine. In Redhat Enterprise Linux, you need to specify the DNS server into /etc/resolv.conf file.

After Specifying the DNS server address, you can verify using host, dig and nslookup commands.