- Exercise 46: Alabama Cement
- Exercise 47: Alaska Tours and Such
- Exercise 48: Arizona Aluminum Manufacturing
- Exercise 49: Arkansas University
- Exercise 50: California Dreaming
- Exercise 51: Colorado Insurers
- Exercise 52: Connecticut Water
- Exercise 53: Delaware Trucking
- Exercise 54: Florida Reviewers
- Exercise 55: Georgia Widgets
- Exercise 56: Hawaii PineTrees, Inc.
- Exercise 57: Idaho Rock Quarries
- Exercise 58: Illinois Lotto
- Exercise 59: Indiana Reptiles
- Exercise 60: Iowa Retirement Homes
- Exercise 61: Kansas Vets, Ltd.
- Exercise 62: Kentucky’s D S Technical
- Exercise 63: Louisiana Fishing
- Exercise 64: Maine Asylums, LLC
- Exercise 65: Maryland Programming
- Exercise 66: Massachusetts Spammers
- Exercise 67: Michigan Growers
- Exercise 68: Minnesota River Authority
- Exercise 69: Mississippi Diabetes Group
- Exercise 70: Missouri Knife and Scissor
- Exercise 71: Montana Expeditions
- Exercise 72: North Carolina Swimmers
- Exercise 73: North Dakota Plastics
- Exercise 74: Nebraska Genealogy
- Exercise 75: Nevada Design
Exercise 72: North Carolina Swimmers
You are a field specialist assigned to manage a number of strategic accounts within a given geographic area. You have been instructed to treat all accounts with a great deal of finesse and make each of them feel as if they are the only account that your company services.
NCS has summoned you to its headquarters. They have been using the KDE interface on their SLES server since it was installed. A new administrator has been hired to replace the old one, however, and he is only familiar with GNOME.
You are to install the GNOME desktop on the server and make it available for the administrator when he logs in to the server.