Linux Systems Programming

Linux Systems Programming

Duration : 20 Hours
Linux Systems Programming course is designed to build your expertise which are required to build system-level, multithreaded, and network applications on Linux and UNIX systems. Linux Systems Programming is a hot skill as more and more companies working in the area of networking, embedded software and system software are looking out for system developers. 

 

Course Features

Certificate Trainer: 10+ Years of IT Exp
24/7 Support Live Class Video Recording

1. Introduction
What is Linux Programming?
Why Linux Programming?


2. First Step to Linux programming Environment
Introduction of GCC compiler
Important compilation option (like –Wall, -o, –c, etc.)
Write a simple C program

 
3. Working with File
What is file?
How to create new file
Important operation on file (Like open read write etc.)
Managing file

 
4. Process & Signals
Basic Concept of Process
What is process?
Process Table
Process Life cycle
Create and delete new process
Pause parent process (wait & waitpid system call)
Signal

 
5. POSIX Thread
What is thread?
Advantage & Disadvantage of thread
Creation of thread
Thread synchronization
Mutex
Semaphore
Thread Attributes
Deletion of thread

 
6. Inter Process Communication (IPC)
Pipes
Named Pipes (FIFO)
Shared Memory
Message Queues
Sockets
D-Bus (Introduction)

 
8. Advance Topics
Make command & Makefile
Create static & dynamic Library
Introduction to Linux Device Driver

Student should have attended C ADVANCE ON LINUX course or should have good hands on experience in  the 'C' programming language on any Linux/Unix Operating Systems.

By the end of the course, participants will have the good hands on experience to design & implement complex system, network, and multithreaded applications on a Linux or UNIX system. 

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