1) The swap space makes it possible to add to the physical memory so that there is more virtual memory. Depending on the amounts to add extra space to the physical memory and swap space, can all the memory get used up? Can we resolve this in any other way that does not involve adding more physical memory?
2) Suppose that we have a system with two Linux partitions: one / and one swap partition. How do we solve the situation if the user accounts use up all the disk space? And if we have an isolated /home partition, which was also being used up, how would we solve this?
3) Install the CUPS printing system, define our printer so that it works with CUPS and try administering through the web interface. As the system is now, would it be advisable to modify, in any way, CUPS' default settings? Why?
4) Examine the default setting that comes with the GNU/Linux system for non-interactive work using cron. Which jobs are there and when are they being performed? Any ideas for new jobs that have to be added?
5) Reproduce the workshop analysis (plus the other sections of the unit) on the machine that is available. Can we see any errors or irregular situations in the examined system? If so, how do we solve them?