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Linux System Programming - A programmers Approach.

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Created By Mohan Parasuram Last Updated Thu, 29-Oct-2020 English
  • Course Duration
    11 Hours
  • Mode of Training
    Self-Paced
  • Lessons
    59 Lessons
  • Placement Assistance
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What Will I 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 in Linux System Programming Course
  • Posix Threads - Thread creation, thread termination, Thread ID, Joinable and detachable Threads.
  • Thread Synchronization - Mutex, Condition Variables in Linux System Programming Course
  • 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)
  • Free Linux Basics Course with this Linux System Programming Course

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

In this Linux System Programming Course, you will be learning the below Linux system programming. And more emphasis is given on the Programming part.

1.  Linux System Programming - Introduction to Linux systems.

          a. Linux architecture.

          b. Writing 'Hello World' program, compiling using GCC and its execution.

2. Linux System Programming - What is a system call and standard library function calls

3. Linux System Programming - Kernel and User mode in Linux

4. Linux System Programming - File operations

          a. open(), close(), read(), write(), sleek()    

          b. Blocking and Non-Blocking calls.

          c. Atomic operations, Race condition.

5. Linux System Programming - Memory Management and Virtual Memory

          a. stack segment, code segment,  heap segment, the data segment,

          b. Virtual memory management.

          c. functions related to Memory allocation - Malloc(), calloc(), Realloc(), Auto variables, static variables.

6.  Linux System Programming - Process Management

          a. Process creation, Process termination, wait(), Process ID, fork() system call, Exec() family of system call, Parent-Child Process management,   

          b. Command line arguments of Process.

7.  Linux System Programming - Signals

          a. signal(), signal handlers, sending signals to process, ignoring, and default signal actions.

8.  Linux System Programming - Posix Threads

          a. Thread creation, thread termination, thread ID, joinable and detachable threads.

9.  Linux System Programming - Thread synchronization

          a. Mutex, Condition variables, Thread-safe.

10. Linux System Programming - Posix - Inter-Process communication.

          a. Pipes, FIFO, Posix Message Queue, Posix Semaphores, Posix Shared Memory.

Curriculum For This Course
59 Lessons 11 Hours
  • Introduction to Linux Operating System. 00:02:44 Preview
  • Fundamental Concepts of Linux 00:05:20 Preview
  • Course Contents - Linux System Programming 00:01:52 Preview
  • User mode and Kernel mode 00:02:27
  • Library Functions 00:04:35
  • Part A: System Calls 00:03:23
  • Part B: System Calls 00:03:49
  • Preliminary concepts of File 00:05:56
  • File open() - opening a file 00:20:39
  • File read() - Reading a file 00:08:50
  • File write() - writing to a file 00:18:24
  • File lseek() and close() system call 00:09:53
  • Race Round 00:21:02
  • Atomicity 00:03:50
  • Pre-Emptive and Non Pre-Emptive concept 00:03:18
  • Part A: File descriptor Table and Open file table 00:18:17
  • Part B: File descriptor Table and Open file table 00:04:25
  • Duplicating File descriptor - dup() system call 00:22:33
  • Introduction to Process 00:03:45
  • Process ID and parent process ID 00:08:52
  • Process States 00:02:58
  • Process Memory Layout - Part A 00:01:49
  • Process Memory Layout - Part B 00:06:48
  • Virtual Memory of Process - The Big Picture 00:01:25
  • Virtual Memory Management and Page Table 00:17:13
  • Command Line Arguments of Process 00:08:03
  • Environment of Process 00:07:41
  • Memory Allocation - Part A 00:13:58
  • Memory Allocation - Part B 00:06:13
  • Memory Allocation Example Programs 00:12:49
  • Process creation - fork() and Example program 00:19:47
  • wait(), waitpid() and Process Termination 00:38:39
  • Orphan, Zombie and sleeping Process 00:12:26
  • Executing new program - exec.() 00:02:47
  • Examples of exec functions 00:03:27
  • Example of execv() 00:04:59
  • Example of execve() 00:07:02
  • Exec.() and Fork() 00:07:49
  • File Sharing Between Parent and Child 00:10:13
  • Signals in Linux 00:12:23
  • Programming with Signals - Part A 00:03:42
  • Programming with Signals - Part B 00:21:22
  • programming using SIGUSR signals 00:15:00
  • The Big Picture 00:03:29
  • Thread creation and termination 00:18:16
  • Pthread join 00:06:36
  • pthread_cancel() and Detaching a Thread 00:03:33
  • Example programs 00:06:42
  • Threads vs Process 00:01:42
  • Synchronisation using Mutex 00:26:23
  • Condition Variables 00:18:03
  • A brief overview of IPC 00:02:02
  • PIPE - IPC 00:26:49
  • FIFO - IPC 00:13:34
  • Message Queue operations 00:21:48
  • Semaphore Operations - Named Semaphore 00:31:53
  • Un Named Semaphore 00:14:09
  • Shared Memory Concepts 00:12:06
  • Shared Memory Operations 00:10:35

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