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Q1). Define Operating System. Discuss its various features. 

Q2). Explain the various types of Operating System. 

Q3). Differentiate between Unix and Windows OS. 

 Q4). Short notes on Different / Various OS. 

 Q5). Write a short note on:
  • Kernel
  • Shell
  • Unix file system
  • PCB
Q6). Define Process. Explain its state with the help of a diagram.

Q7). Explain commands
  • File management
  • Process management
  • Inter user-Inter machine commands
Q8). Explain input/output redirection with the help of examples.

Q9). Explain piping with the help of an example.

Q10). Explain following commands:-
  • chmod
  • umask
  • chusr
  • adduser / addgroup
  • group + define regular expressions
  • ls
  • who
  • runlevels
  • online help
Q11). Define system administrator. Explain its role.

Q12).Explain the steps of adding users and group in the UNIX system.

Q13). Define following terms:-
  • Fdisk
  • mount/unmount
  • system accounting
  • system backup
  • compression grip.g
Q14). Define shell programming and explain its various constructs with the help of examples.

Q15). Define AWK programming. Explain the various features with the help of examples.

Q16). WASS to find whether the number is Palindrome or not  Prime no.

Q17). WASS to find whether the number is a Prime number or not.

Q18). Write an awk script to find the 3 positions in the class.

Q19).Short note on:-
  1. IP config
  2. Ping
  3. tracert
  4. NS lookup
  5. IP address
Q20). Define IP address and classes in UNIX and explain the steps for network troubleshooting in UNIX


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