Linux System Programming Course

Eligibility: BE, B.Tech, ME, M.Tech

Intermediate

Overview

Linux System Certification Course

Description

Organizations must establish an open route for innovation that is decentralized and uses open technologies since innovation is occurring quickly across all industrial sectors. Linux is all about open technology that is designed to be combined with communities to develop cutting-edge businesses and world-class open-source software. There are several open-source technologies utilized by businesses worldwide in this area, but Linux is by far the most well-known. Any individual who wants to have a thorough grasp of this open technology—which is available for free use and is used by many big corporations across the world—should enroll in Linux certification training.

Cranes Varsity with a unique learning process implementing pedagogical learning and online offline sessions is able to deliver training to Linux aspirants. The cutting-edge curriculum designed by industry experts has always provided immense knowledge to the learners and this has helped them in learning the modules at their own pace.

With the help of the Linux System Programming Course, you can learn to develop and run your own programs on a Linux system. You’ll work with the Linux kernel, which controls the computer hardware and provides an interface to the operating system. You’ll also learn how to interact with other processes running on your system, such as other users’ programs and background daemons that perform tasks for you.

Linux System Certification Course At Cranes Varsity

Our Linux System Certification Course is the perfect way to get started with your career in IT. In just 1.5 months, you’ll be able to:

-Understand the basics of Linux and its underlying structure

-Install and configure a basic LAMP server

-Use shell scripts in PHP and Python

-Manage files and directories on the command line

Linux System Programming Course Syllabus

  • Overview
  • Kernel Architectures
  • Types of the kernel: monolithic & microkernel
  • Linux kernel architecture
  • Booting Process

  • What is a file?
  • Hard disk layout
  • File system
  • Disk allocation techniques
  • File descriptor
  • File  Management related system calls

  • Need of memory management unit
  • Address binding
  • Contiguous allocation techniques: single, fixed and variable
  • Non-contiguous allocation techniques: Paging

  • Process states and context of the process
  • Process control block
  • Schedulers
  • Process management related system calls

  • Generating a signal
  • Handling a signal

  • Unnamed pipes
  • named pipes

  • Message queue related system calls
  • Structures of messages queue

  • Advantages of shared memory
  • Shares memory-related system calls

  • What is a semaphore?
  • Dead Locks
  • Types of Semaphores
  • Semaphore Related System Calls

  • Introduction to Linux
  • Roll of Device Drivers
  • Kernel versioning
  • Types of drivers
  • Writing the kernel module
  • Compiling and Loading modules
  • Important commands
  • module parameters
  • Debugging by Printing
  • Using the /proc Filesystem
  • sysfs

 

  • What is a character device
  • Device Numbers
  • How to create a device file
  • registration and unregistration functions
  • Char Device Registration
  • <span”>Struct cdev
  • Container of macro
  • open and release
  • read and write

  • Compile Linux Kernel from Source to Build Custom Kernel

  • Time intervals in the kernel
  • Delaying Execution
  • Current time

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FAQs

YES. When you learn Linux, you will have a better chance of finding a job, since many IT companies need people with knowledge about Linux to administer their servers.

Build your own Operating System with Linux:

Build your own operating system by using Arch Linux, a distribution framework of Linux. With the help of an existing source code via Linux from Scratch, you can easily modify and improve an operating system based on your preference. 

Build a Linux Web Server:

For this project, you will be building a web server using Linux that will be useful in running your own websites. The project is also known as the LAMP stack which stands for “Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Pearl/Python”. Linux will be your operating system, Apache will act as your web server software, MySQL used for database management, and PHP/Pearl/Python for programming.

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