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>/g/ starter pack
>if you cant answer at least 10 of theme right you >can crawl back to /v/ or /pol/

1. tell me about TCP/IP

2. how much bytes are inside giga byte?

3. what is a socket?

4. tell me about virtual memory

5. how much Hz in 110VAC network?

6. what is the difference between client to host and peer to peer?

7. what is the best network topology for office with 100 computers?

8. what is a data base?

9. what is faster 32bit system or 64 and why?

10. tell me about UDP and TCP

11. tell me about computer boot process

12. what is a VPS?

13. how do you host 100000 computers on your server?

14. on what ports are usually SSH, TELNET, FTP?

15. how do you find open ports on GNU/LINUX?

16. what DHCP do?

17. what is BIOS/UEFI?

18. what is initdr?

19. where is the BIOS/UEFI locate on your hardware?

20. Android is Linux?
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>>71834063
No anon we wont do your interview for you
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Not everyone cares about networking you IT sperg.
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>/g/ is what I say it is
There's more to technology than IT, nigger. Got those resistor color codes memorized?
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>>71834063
crawl back to r*ddit, autistic cunt
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>>71834106
>>71834107
some of it is very basic even webdev should know
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>>71834063
OP has a point, y'all brainlets
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>>71834063
>mixing network with electrical knowledge with sysadmin with general linux knowledge
Come back when you can at least form a coherent English sentence without 20 errors in it.
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>>71834063
Do your own damn interview, nigger!
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>>71834063
1. tell me about TCP/IP
I don't know that one, I only ICUP.
2. how much bytes are inside giga byte?
Just one, but it's 50% of the word.
3. what is a socket?
A wrench.
4. tell me about virtual memory
It's where you write stuff in notepad.
5. how much Hz in 110VAC network?
Depends how much metal you stick in the socket, but I hear it hurts a lot!
6. what is the difference between client to host and peer to peer?
One's a transaction and the other's consensual, either way you're havin' a good time!
7. what is the best network topology for office with 100 computers?
Segoe UI or Helvetica.
8. what is a data base?
It's where you store all the datas securely.
9. what is faster 32bit system or 64 and why?
64 because you have 64 gears on the bit.
10. tell me about UDP and TCP
Oh ho ho, you're trying to trick me this time aren't you?
11. tell me about computer boot process
I didn't think they wore shoes.
12. what is a VPS?
Something I never took back to the rental store on time!
13. how do you host 100000 computers on your server?
With good manners, of course.
14. on what ports are usually SSH, TELNET, FTP?
The phone line! That's the only telenetwork I hear sssh over!
15. how do you find open ports on GNU/LINUX?
You just check the back of the box.
16. what DHCP do?
They're a delivery company.
17. what is BIOS/UEFI?
It's where you don't shower and everyone says you have BIOS, and that you smell EFI.
18. what is initdr?
Think ya made a typo there son.
19. where is the BIOS/UEFI locate on your hardware?
Mostly under your junk, that's where people are lazy when it comes to washing.
20. Android is Linux?
The only Android I know about is Kryten.
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>>71834140
if your imagine that i am a slav you would respect me?
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>>71834169
>12. what is a VPS?
>Something I never took back to the rental store on time!
But you big dummy Anon that's VHS! VPS is a sexually transmittable disease!
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>>71834063
>all that space with no content in between
>>>/r/eddit >>>/o/ut
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>>71834169
based and boomerpilled
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>>71834169
>Think ya made a typo there son.
>initdr
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Initial_ramdisk
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>>71834204
that anon was literally trolling
look at all his answers, how can you not distinguish a real post from a bait from a troll
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1. TCP carries packet to port, IP to a host
2. 1000^3 or 1024^3 if you're autistic and refuse to use retarded Gibi byte nomenclature
3. an interface between an application and transport layer
4. when your ram is as small as your pp, you need other hard things to drive into your gf to complete the task
5. At least 1
6. p2p is as god intended, c2h is botnet
7. since your boss reads your 4chan posts anyway, probably star
8. A bunch of data organized into tables
9. Depends on your workload and task
10. tcp = sniper, udp = dual barrel shotgun
11. need to start smaller computer to start a big one
12. a virtual private server, a vm on someone elses pc
13. ideally using kernel virtualization, but qemu will crash either way
14. 21-23
15. ss -lntu
16. give you an ip and some router info and stuff
17. A program that controls the boot process
18. an initial ram disk, to store some stuff while your drives are not yet fully set up during boot
19. in the mbr
20. If Linux refers only to the kernel, then yes
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>>71834228
>initdr
>initrd
Reading is hard isn't it?

>>71834252
Are you playing 8D chess or something? Or are you actually that stupid? Reread that comment, that's obviously more shitposting like the post he replied to.
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>>71834228
yes intialdiskram
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>>71834271
my bad, they're both shitposting
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>>71834063
>5. how much Hz in 110VAC network?
Nigger you dumb fucking what?
There's more than one 110VAC network with more than one frequency. Crawl back into your stupid hole.
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>>71834291
i can't stop laughing
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>>71834357
you failed the reddit

EDIT: thanks for 4cuckle pass
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>>71834063
>20. Android is Linux?
learn2english pajeet
21. OP is retarded?
Yes
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>>71834063
>tell me about tcp
antiseptic i gurgle
>how much bytes are inside giga byte
depends on mouth size
>tell me about virtual memory
Is that the hit track by jamiroquai i like that track.
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>>71834408
welcome sir it job please money
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>>71834063
1) I don't know networking
2) 10^9, 2^30 in a gibibyte
3) the recepticle for a plug
4) a process doesn't get to write to memory directly, because then multitasking gets complocated. Instead each process gets its own virtual memory, and the kernel deals with mapping these virtual pages to real RAM
5) depends on where you are. 60 in USA and one half of Japan, 50 in the other half
6) see 1)
7) see 1)
8) a collection of data, usually with an efficient way of accessing individual pieces of it
9) depends on a lot of other factors
10) see 1)
11) too open ended question
12) idk
13) see 1)
14) 22, 23 and idk
15) see 1)
16) automatically assigns ip addresses
17) a way to manage hardware on a very low level before loading an operating system
18) idk
19) in a ROM-chip, probably
20) learn English, pajeet.
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>>71834063
This reads like a pajeet interview quiz.

>6. what is the difference between client to host and peer to peer?
Nothing. fuck off.
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Gatekeeping threads aren't improving the board, you and /pol/ both need to fuck off and stop trying to make /g/ your special clique
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>>71834063
1. network shit/protocol/interface/whatever
2. GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes; GiB = 1,073,741,824
3. Definition is where you plug stuff into; i.e. power socket
4. basically pagefile
5. 60Hz, although 50hz maybe in some shithole country
6. one is decentralized, other is not
7.
8. data base is pretty much a server where data is processed or stored or whatever. it does the data things
9. doesn't matter but the best 32bit is way worse than the best 64bit
10. protocols
11. initialize shit in firmware -> bios logo xd -> go to os (this changes between BIOS and UEFI)
12. basically server you can acess for whatever
13. virtual machines
14.
15.
16.
17. BIOS and UEFI are two completely different things, but they're pretty much firmware types/whatever idk how to explain it
18. linux bootloader
19. firmware chip
20. yes
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7. what is the best network topology for office with 100 computers?

Anyone not using a token ring is a coward.
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>>71834063
go do your homework, chang. and don't steal american tech
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>>71834393
MY ENGLISH IS NOT PERFECT GO FUCK YOURSELF
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>>71834510
you even changed your timezone just to prove you're not a pajeet, wow
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go take a shit on the train tracks prandeep
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>>71834063
1.
no
2.
about a billion
3.
it depends
4. tell me about virtual memory
in the lamest terms: it's the extra space you use to run programs whenever your actual memory runs out
5. how much Hz in 110VAC network?
I'm an IT engineer, not an electrician
6. what is the difference between client to host and peer to peer?
client to host: host receives requests and holds whatever is needed. p2p: both computers act as both a client and a server
7. what is the best network topology for office with 100 computers?
I usually go with Bus type
8. what is a data base?
structured information that can be added, modificed or deleted under certain rules
9. what is faster 32bit system or 64 and why?
theoretically 64 bit is faster but it depends on the program. It should be faster simply because it sends larger amounts of computational instructions to the CPU in a single time
10. tell me about UDP and TCP
no
11. tell me about computer boot process
eesh, it has changed quite a bit but it's usually just a process when a computer turns on and the BIOS runs all necessary checks (RAM, peripherals, boot drives and whatnot) and then boots into whatever OS you got to do similar tests again while it loads itself to RAM
12. what is a VPS?
again, debatable, but to put it simple it's a virtual machine running on someone else's computer (usually a big, irl server), that operates as your own personal server, for a fee.
13. how do you host 100000 computers on your server?
nanomachines
14. on what ports are usually SSH, TELNET, FTP?
22, can't remember and 21
15. how do you find open ports on GNU/LINUX?
netstat something something
16. what DHCP do?
assigns IP, DNS, and other things to a particular client in a network.
17. what is BIOS/UEFI?
BIOS: your motherboard's OS, to put it in simple words.
UEFI: botnet. Also the "new BIOS".
18. what is initdr?
itty bitty linux booty committy. The very first thing linux loads to RAM containing whatever it needs to boot the rest
how did I do frens
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>>71834537
>>71834677
lol get the fuck out
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>>71834063
I'm a computer scientist, I don't need to know any of this shit.
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>>71834749
also you don't know shit
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>>71834063
The answer to all these questions is: any of the following:
>1. AMD won, Intel BTFO
>2. iToddlers BTFO
>3. Install Gentoo
>4. I need a laptop for school that can play Minecraft and runs Photoshop, help me /g/
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>>71834063
are you a shitskin? you have bad english

1. Not a question

2. Category error

3. A socket is something that receives or holds something else

4. Not a question

5. Insufficient data

6. One is a client communicating to a host and one is a peer communicating to a peer

7. It depends

8. A data base is a base for data

9. it depends

10. Not a question

11. Not a question

12. VPS stands for Virtual Private Server. It is a server that is both Virtual, and Private

13. Very carefully

14. TCP and UDP ports

15. With your eyes

16. It works what it's momma gave it

17. A layer that helps facilitate communication between the upper level software of a system and its hardware

18. initdr does not exist

19. There is no such thing as 'BIOS/UEFI locate' on any of my hardware

20. Yes?
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>>71835119
you forgot to answer question 21 btb
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>>71835119
>3. A socket is something that receives or holds something else
yes but i meant network socket
so dont mind that my mistake
>13. Very carefully
no
>14. TCP and UDP ports
you cant named the ports?
>15. With your eyes
its easy..
>16. It works what it's momma gave it
funny
>18. initdr does not exist
right right >>71834291
>19. There is no such thing as 'BIOS/UEFI locate' on any of my hardware
https://www.answers.com/Q/Where_is_the_BIOS_located
>20. Yes?
...
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>>71835350
can you read streetshitter
bios/uefi locate not where is bios/uefi located
please type
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>>71834704
oops

19. where is the BIOS/UEFI locate on your hardware?
motherboard, obviously. Depends on the mobo but it's usually a little 0.5x0.5mm chip with 4 pins on each side
20. Android is Linux?
las time I checked it worked with the linux kernel but it's not "standard" GNU/Linux.
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>>71834063
1.) Something to do with the information superhighway
2.) Lots
3.) Something that you plug your computer into
4.) Memory that you download
5.) Enough
6.) Torrents can get throttled
7.) Token Ring
8.) Something that you create in Excel
9.) 48
10.) See q1
11.) You switch the computer on and then it comes on
12.) Verygood Porn Stash
13.) With great difficulty
14.) The network port
15.) Look at the empty ports on your computer
16.) It does things
17.) Something
18.) Something else
19.) On the computer
20.) Android is Android
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>>71835350
>changing the goalposts this hard

ajj lmoa
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>>71834063
1. TCP/IP reside in layer 3 and 4. Transmission Control Protocol refers to segmentation of data into frames and establishing connection with hosts, Internet protocol refers to addressing and further segmentation of data into packets.


2. how much bytes are inside giga byte?

I actually don't remember this one but 1000^3

3. Endpoint for a port.

4. OS technique used to transfer loads of RAM onto secondary storage.

5. ?? dunno

6. Client to host, is server based, client makes a request, the host fulfills the request. Peer-to-Peer is I have the file, so do you, so do you lets pass along parts of it to our neighbour.

7. Not sure if you asking for layout design or layout requirements, it would be an office with address subnetted starting from default gateway 0, 1 for the router and all the way up to 101. This would probably need range extenders depending on the layout, could do it all on the one switch desu.

8. A library that orders data, can cover a wide range of things from transactions to mainly business information.

9. 64bit as there is more area for storing processes.

10. UDP sends the information without an order, mainly used in voip, video calls etc..., there is no order and is just sent through the network as is, TCP segments the data into frames that are ordered and is sent across the network, after a three way handshake is established and the data can be received without collision and reordered on the users end to be displayed based on the order.

11. CPU fetch cycle?

12. dunno

13. dunno a large server

14. 22, 23, 20

15. Console commands m8

16. Dynamic Host Control Protocol, assigns you to an open IP address on the network without having to be assigned statically.

17. BIOS is your motherboards Operating System, the brains between hardware connection to the motherboard.

18. dunno

19. On the motherboard

20. No
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I can answer 1 2 6 8 9 10 12 16 17 20
Not gonna do it bc theres literally no point to it
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>>71834139
>y'all
>twitterfaggot telling people they need to go back somewhere
The absolute state of these complaining threads
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I'm from /v/ and I'm not going back, this board's ours now.
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>>71836299
>thinking y'all us a Twitter thing
It's a southern slang thing.
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>>71834063
>not a single good question about hardware
Sorry OP, crawl back to /v/ or /pol/ now.
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>>71834063
>1. tell me about TCP/IP
It's what's broken when I see "Can't display this page".
>2. how much bytes are inside giga byte?
A zillion?
>3. what is a socket?
A really small sock worn by babies.
>4. tell me about virtual memory
It's not real.
>5. how much Hz in 110VAC network?
Lots of Hertz, when I stuck a fork in it.
>6. what is the difference between client to host and peer to peer?
Something something torrent?
>7. what is the best network topology for office with 100 computers?
Round?
>8. what is a data base?
According to large Intermernetz companies, something that is full of leaks. Haven't these faggots every heard of Polysize?
>9. what is faster 32bit system or 64 and why?
32, because it's smaller. Laws of physics and all that.
>10. tell me about UDP and TCP
Something something firewall.
>11. tell me about computer boot process
It doesn't work, so I kick it.
>12. what is a VPS?
A server where I keep my viruses and porn.
>13. how do you host 100000 computers on your server?
Have a really big server and a really big ballroom floor on top of it. Watch that nobody spikes the punch.
>14. on what ports are usually SSH, TELNET, FTP?
The Ethernet ports.
>15. how do you find open ports on GNU/LINUX?
By looking at the back of your computer. Silicon 'em up, stat!
>16. what DHCP do?
Cause more problems than it solves. Yeah, come at me bros.
>17. what is BIOS/UEFI?
Something something spyware.
>18. what is initdr?
Some faggot linux thing.
>19. where is the BIOS/UEFI locate on your hardware?
Microsoft's telemetry servers.
>20. Android is Linux?
If it's faggot, it's Linux.

What did I win?
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>>71834063
The fuck is this /beg/ tier shit?
1. tell me about TCP/IP
The fuck is there to talk about? IP is literally just a unique number burned into your ethernet port.

2. how much bytes are inside giga byte?
a Gigallion, its like 10^256, ever hear of AES256?

3. what is a socket?
lol? its the fucking hole in the wall you plug the computer into for power.

4. tell me about virtual memory
Its memory you can temporarily have on your computer when your harddrive is full.

5. how much Hz in 110VAC network?
trick question, faggot.

6. what is the difference between client to host and peer to peer?
peer to peer is illegal and only used for torrents.

7. what is the best network topology for office with 100 computers?
linux topologies, arch specifically.

8. what is a data base?
its just a fancy name for a bunch of files on a server you can query.

9. what is faster 32bit system or 64 and why?
64, nobody even uses 32bit anymore.

10. tell me about UDP and TCP
TCP is just encrypted wifi, UDP is unencrypted, nobody uses UDP unless they have to.

11. tell me about computer boot process
you turn on the power, if you need to start in safe mode you hit f11

12. what is a VPS?
Its an old media storage format in the form of tapes

13. how do you host 100000 computers on your server?
You can't, http can only handle up to 443 connections.

14. on what ports are usually SSH, TELNET, FTP?
20 80 444

15. how do you find open ports on GNU/LINUX?
you nmap your computer

16. what DHCP do?
They're in charge of protecting computers security in the USA, they also stop terrorists.

17. what is BIOS/UEFI?
Its a fancy name harddrives

18. what is initdr?
its the wizard installer for linux kernels

19. where is the BIOS/UEFI locate on your hardware?
on the harddrive

20. Android is Linux?
no, but iphones are.

ask me some hard questions next time faggot.
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>>71836450
It's both now. Pretending it isn't won't make them stop using the word.
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>>71836900
>be me
>be texan
>literally saying yall my entire life
>people on the internet used to make fun of me for being a stupid southerner
>now people on the internet call me a californian because of it
yall can go fuck yourself.
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>>71836889
That is a nice post. Good job.
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>>71834169
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1. tell me about TCP/IP
Data sent in packets, numbered so that they can be sent in order.
2. how much bytes are inside giga byte?
2^30
3. what is a socket?
No idea
4. tell me about virtual memory
Swap space, uses disk space as "extra" memory.
5. how much Hz in 110VAC network?
No Idea
6. what is the difference between client to host and peer to peer?
Client to host is client requesting content from host and host providing it. Peer to Peer both are serving content to one another.
7. what is the best network topology for office with 100 computers?
Don't know
8. what is a data base?
Fucking shit i dont have a good answer for that
9. what is faster 32bit system or 64 and why?
No idea
10. tell me about UDP and TCP
TCP checks packets and can request dropped packets again. UDP has lower latency but greater loss, can't really explain why.
11. tell me about computer boot process
ROM starts bootloader which grabs OS from storage, loads necessary programs into memory.
12. what is a VPS?
No Idea
13. how do you host 100000 computers on your server?
I have no idea. Is this a container question cause that seems like a lot.
14. on what ports are usually SSH, TELNET, FTP?
ssh-22, telnet 163, ftp 20
15. how do you find open ports on GNU/LINUX?
ps -ef | grep LISTEN
16. what DHCP do?
assigns IPs to hosts based on MAC addresses.
17. what is BIOS/UEFI?

18. what is initdr?
Initial ramdisk, the bootloader of your OS.
19. where is the BIOS/UEFI locate on your hardware?
ROM
20. Android is Linux?
Uses linux kernel

I got some learning to do
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>1. tell me about TCP/IP
bloat
>2. how much bytes are inside giga byte?
at least a zillion, maybe more a giga byte is real big
>3. what is a socket?
physically where you plug something in, software a virtual plug for internets to enter a certain program
>4. tell me about virtual memory
you can't actually download this
>5. how much Hz in 110VAC network?
110
>6. what is the difference between client to host and peer to peer?
p2p is for cheap video game makers
>7. what is the best network topology for office with 100 computers?
token ring
>8. what is a data base?
base 2
>9. what is faster 32bit system or 64 and why?
32 because there is less bits to process
>10. tell me about UDP and TCP
netbeui
>11. tell me about computer boot process
press button receive os
>12. what is a VPS?
offsite cp storage
>13. how do you host 100000 computers on your server?
get an alienware/other high perfromance pc
>14. on what ports are usually SSH, TELNET, FTP?
21-23
>15. how do you find open ports on GNU/LINUX?
kali linus
>16. what DHCP do?
gieb IPs to computers and try to make sure no conflicts
>17. what is BIOS/UEFI?
acronyms
>18. what is initdr?
never heard of this, not trolling. initrd or ntldr you mean?
>19. where is the BIOS/UEFI locate on your hardware?
inside the cpu case
>20. Android is Linux?
ye
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>>71834063
> Android is Linux?
OP is Indian?
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>software sissies think they own this board



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