I'm trying to use the Base16 theme for i3's windows, but I'm running into these errors when I reload my config file:
My only guess based on the messages is that it's interpreting the # for the color codes as a comment, but I don't think that can be it since the documentation shows the same syntax for changing the colors. It should work as far as I know, but I can't figure it out and searching for the same error hasn't returned anything.
Thanks for any help.
I'm pretty bitter about it. There were 40 questions and 7 simulations. I believe I did well on all of the simulations, but there were a lot of very vague multiple choice questions that I just had to give my best guest for. The test actually seemed quite easy, but with only 40 questions there wasn't much room for mistakes. If I had to guess, since their grading scheme is so odd, I probably only missed a few questions that happened to be weighted heavily.
Going to give 100-101 a shot before the deadline.
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An instructor of mine told me that on Cisco's website, there's a few sample sims for the CCNA exam so that people taking the test for the first time understand the format and how to navigate it. However, I can't find it anywhere, and I know the site has been updated since he said that, so I'm thinking it was either moved or removed completely.
Thanks for any help in finding it, I'm worried about going into the real exam without doing a sample first. I've heard the real test software can be a bit difficult to work with.
I've been studying for the 200-120 exam feverishly. I've spent a lot of time in this subreddit and I feel that reading others' questions, seeing their mistakes and the answers is incredibly helpful.
So, I'm leaving my silly oversight here. Someone might benefit from it.
I'm having trouble understanding a practice question in Odom's ICND1 100-101 book (page 461).
6. Which of the following network commands, following the command router ospf 1, tells this router to start using OSPF on interfaces whose IP addresses are 10.1.1.1, 10.1.100.1, and 10.1.120.1?
a. network 10.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 area 0
b. network 10.0.0.0 0.255.255.255 area 0
c. network 10.0.0.1 0.0.0.255 area 0
d. network 10.0.0.1 0.0.255.255 area 0
I figured the answer would be D, since that matches the first two octets of each address (10.1) leaving the rest to be anything. However, the book states that the answer is B. I recognize that 0.255.255.255 will match the first octet plus anything else, but isn't 0.0.255.255 more correct given the addresses we want to match?
I got wrapped up in the idea that the first two octets are the only octets that are the same in each address. Therefore, a wildcard mask of 0.0.255.255 is the only one that would make sense.
I didn't even notice that the only answer that used that mask had an address of 10.0.0.1. The answer has to be B, because all of the other answers match more than the first octet in an address of 10.0.x.x, which means it cannot match any address starting with 10.1.x.x.
That's tunnel vision for you. Cheers to everyone studying right now.