• Register
0 votes
48 views

Problem:

Can anyone give the right solution?

On Linux, where are the commands required for system administration stored?
A) /bin
B) /usr
C) /opt
D) /sbin

 

7 5 3
5,380 points

1 Answer

0 votes

Solution:

It's very simple as  answer is : 

/sbin

Explanation: System administration and other root-only commands are stored in /sbin, /usr/sbin, and /usr/local/sbin. /sbin

Hope you got the right solution

7 4 2
10,530 points

Related questions

0 votes
1 answer 14 views
14 views
Problem: When using Systemd, what command can be used to start, stop, and configure daemons to start automatically when the system starts?
asked Apr 18 ArifulIslam 5.7k points
2 votes
2 answers 48 views
48 views
Problem: What directory under / contains the log files and spools for a Linux system?​
asked Mar 23 ArifulIslam 5.7k points
0 votes
2 answers 15 views
15 views
Problem: You are the only Linux administrator for a very small company. You are constantly asked to fix one problem or another as they occur. How should you log in to the system each morning?
asked Apr 12 ArifulIslam 5.7k points
0 votes
1 answer 24 views
24 views
Problem: I am new, I need help, can anyone help me? This default Linux directory contains many of the Linux commands?
asked Feb 21 maddi86 5.4k points
0 votes
1 answer 11 views
11 views
Problem: The operating system of a cell phone is stored in ?
asked Mar 9 ArifulIslam 5.7k points