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Old 02-04-2012
Linux Internals Interview Questions

Can anyone list the interview questions on Linux Internals?
Any link for the same will also be helpful.
In a job requirement of say C, linux internals what is expected about linux internals?
Test Your Knowledge in Computers #953
Difficulty: Medium
A memory-resident virus installs itself as part of the operating system when executed, after which it remains in RAM from the time the computer is booted up to when it is shut down.
True or False?

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CPANPLUS::Internals::Report - internals for sending test reports SYNOPSIS
### enable test reporting $cb->configure_object->set_conf( cpantest => 1 ); ### set custom mx host, shouldn't normally be needed $cb->configure_object->set_conf( cpantest_mx => '' ); DESCRIPTION
This module provides all the functionality to send test reports to "" using the "Test::Reporter" module. All methods will be called automatically if you have "CPANPLUS" configured to enable test reporting (see the "SYNOPSIS"). METHODS
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