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Course     : Linux Operating System Introduction and Programming  - Download PDF

Duration     : 3 days (5-7hrs/day)
Dates        : As per mutual agreementasdadsa
Time          : 5 Hr/Day (Minimum)
Eligibility     : BE/BTech/ME/MTech (CSE / E&TC / Electronics) students
Key Objectives     : 
   1. Learn key principles of Linux OS
   2. Learn Linux OS programming
Results      : At the end of training session student will be able to install, use and do Linux programming.
Skills developed :
   1. Linux OS understanding
   2. Open Source Software and tool-chain understanding
   3. Programming in Linux

1. Role Of Operating system
•    What is Operating system?
•    Objective Of OS
•    Types of Operating systems
2. Introduction To Linux Operating System
•    What is Linux OS?
•    History
•    Open source Linux
•    Linux  Place in Market
•    Linux Distributions
3. Linux installation with LAB
•    Pre-requisite for Linux installation
•    How to install Linux
LAB1: Install Linux on native machine.
4. Linux OS Architecture
•    Linux Features
•    Linux Kernel Source Directory Structure  
•    Linux Kernel Components
•    User Mode Vs Kernel Mode
•    System Initialization –Booting Process
5. Linux important commands and utilities
•    Study file handling Commands
•    Basic user commands
•    System management commands
•    Network Management Commands
•    Command redirections and pipelines
LAB2:  Exercise important commands
LAB3:  Mounting and unmounting FS
LAB4:  How to create Symbolic Links?
6. Introduction to Linux tools, compilers and utilities
•    GCC Compilation process
•    Study VI editor
•    Introduction To Makefile
LAB5: Compile and run  C language programs  on Linux
LAB6: How to write Makefile to compile programs on Linux 
7. Shell scripting in Linux
•    Why scripting languages.
•    Available scripting languages
•    Bash Shell Programming
•    Variables
•    Control Constructs
•    Functions
LAB7:   How to write and execute shell scripts?
LAB8:   Shell Script Examples
Detail study of Linux OS components
8. Process Management
•    What is Process?
•    Process Control Block (PCB)
•    Types Of Processes
•    States Of Process
•    How to Create Process?
•    Process Scheduling
LAB9: How To create and terminate processes?

9. Thread Management
•    What is Thread?
•    Thread Control Block (TCB)
•    User level Vs Kernel level Threads
•    How to create and cancel threads?
•    Thread Scheduling
•    Process Vs Threads
LAB10:  How to create and cancel threads?
LAB11:  How to control Multithreading?
10. Interrupt Management
•    What are interrupts?
•    Types Of Interrupt
•    Interrupt Handling
•    Interrupt Service Routine (ISR)
•    Interrupt Latency
11. Signal handling
•    What are signals in Linux OS?
•    Signal Implementation
•    Signal Handling
LAB12: How to send and catch signals?
LAB13: How to handle signals?
12. System call interface
•    Introduction To System Call Mechanism
•    Significance Of System Calls
13. Memory  Management
•    Memory Management in Linux
•    Swapping
•    Paging
•    Virtual Memory Management (VM)
•    Demand Paging
•    Static and Dynamic Linking
14. File System
•    Need Of File System (FS)
•    Internal Representation Of Files
•    Virtual File System
•    Linux File System- ext2fs and proc
15. Inter-Process communication (IPCs)
•    Introduction To Inter-process communication mechanism
•     Pipes, Message Queue and Shared Memory
•     Semaphores and Mutex
•     Socket Programming on Linux
LAB14: How to send and receive data using pipes and message queues  
LAB15: How to share data using shared memory mechanism?
LAB16: How to use Semaphores to share resources?
LAB17: Socket Implementation
16. Device deriver
•    Devices and Device Driver (DD)
•    Types Of DD
•    Registration Of DD
•    Linux Kernel Modules
•    Linux Kernel Compilation
LAB18: How to write kernel module?
LAB19: How to add device driver in kernel?
LAB20: Linux kernel compilation

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