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Test Your Knowledge of Ubuntu Topics

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As reviewed last month, the latest Linux certification to go live is that of Ubuntu Professional. To earn this certification, you must first become LPI certified at Level I (LPIC Sleepy, and then pass an additional exam. The following questions are intended to allow you to test your knowledge of the topic and make certain you are ready for this certification before you begin considering it or preparing for it. Answers are at the end of the article. Good luck!

1. What is the minimum RAM requirement for a standard server installation of the most recent version (5.10) of Ubuntu?

a. 256MB
b. 128MB
c. 64MB
d. 32MB

2. Which of the following desktops are included with Ubuntu by default? (choose all that apply)

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