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We've gathered a collection of our quizzes on Linux topics. You'll find quizzes to test your knowledge of desktop Linux, migration, Linux distributions and more. Want to study up first? See, below, our large collection of learning resources.

Need some basic information before you get started? See our definitions for Linux, Ubuntu and Fedora.

  • Linux Basics -- This quiz tests your knowledge of key concepts and technologies in Linux.

  • More Fun with Open Source -- For some geeks, IT's all about open source. How much do you know about the people, programs, and principles involved?

  • Romancing the Penguin -- This quiz takes you to the land of geeks, where you are surrounded by jaguars, panthers and vicious penguins. Can you speak their language and survive? See the key at the end to find out.

  • Romancing the Penguin II: The Lovers -- Many well-known companies have shown an interest in Linux. How much do you know about the organizations that have come to call on Tux?

  • Romancing the Penguin III: Raiders of the Lost OS -- Heroes vs. villains -- can you spot the white hats and black hats among the Red Hats (and other variations)? This quiz features security-related hints about the penguin's friends and foes.

  • Linux Lore -- This quiz features need-to-know Linux trivia.

  • Richard Petersen's Red Hat Linux Quiz -- Linux expert Richard Petersen tests your knowledge of Red Hat and Fedora administration.

  • Fedora -- How much do you know about Red Hat and Fedora IPsec and server management issues? Take this quiz to find out.

  • Linux Commands and Tools -- SearchEnterpriseLinux.com offers this quiz on the top 50 Linux commands.

  • Linux Administration Tools -- This quiz will test your grasp of tools for application servers, desktops, Mozilla, networking, security, scripting, management and administration.

 

See all our quizzes.

Want more information about Linux? Check out our Linux Learning Guides. See our dedicated sister site, SearchEnterpriseLinux.com, or browse through our definitions of Linux-related terms.

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