Linux System Programming - A programmers/Practical Approach

Linux System Programming – A programmers/Practical Approach

Linux System Programming – A programmers/Practical Approach Free Download. Advanced Linux System Programming with ‘C’, Embedded Product Development, Linux IPC, Linux Process, Threads, Files,POSIX

Linux System Programming – A programmers/Practical Approach Description

Requirements

  • Should have basic C language understanding

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What you’ll learn

  • From basics to advanced Linux systems programming, with lots of hands on ‘C’ programming demos.
  • File operation, System calls, Library functions, code compiling using GNU-GCC, Blocking and Non Blocking calls, Atomic operations, Race condition, User mode and Kernel mode,
  • Process Management – Process creation, termination, Fork() system call, child-parent process, command line argument of process, Memory Layout of Process
  • Signals – signal handlers, sending signals to process, Default signal handlers.
  • Posix Threads – Thread creation, thread termination, Thread ID, Joinable and detachable Threads.
  • Thread Synchronisation – Mutex, Condition Variables
  • Inter Process Communication (IPC)- Pipes, FIFO, Posix Message Queue, Posix semaphore, Posix shared memory
  • Memory Management – Process Virtual Memory management, Memory segments(code, data, stack, Heap)

Who this course is for:

  • Students, and professionals (beginners) who want to explore Linux systems programming and learn product development using Linux OS

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