- 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 71: Montana Expeditions
You are the regional IT administrator for a company that owns and operates a number of smaller companies. All of the smaller companies act as self- contained entities and have their own IT departments. You serve as a point of reference that any IT department can turn to should they encounter a task they are uncertain how to perform.
Montana Expeditions has called you to its site. A new IT director has mandated a number of items he wants done to the SLES 9 server so that it matches his old environment.
They would like the server to be changed such that the default permissions on all newly created files are –rw-rw-r--/. They want the permissions on all files currently in the /tmp directory to be changed to 751. Last, they want the passwords from the /etc/shadow file put back in the /etc/passwd file.