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English

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Operating Systems

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Linux System programming using C Language

Beginner to intermediate level|Linux commands,Files,Processes,Signals,Threads,IPC

Linux System programming using C Language

Students

10.5 hours

Content

Oct 2020

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What you will learn

This course deals with OS fundamentals and services provided by kernel. Learn how system programming can be done using C language.

Learn basic Linux commands to perform operations using command promt

Learn types of Libraries available in Linux and how to create them.

Learn various system calls available in Linux that will make your life easy while writing the code.

Learn compilation process in detail with understanding of behavior of source file at every stage.

Learn what is GDB and tools like Valgrind and Electric fence.

Everything will be explained with example code.

Learn system calls to create new processes.

You will learn file operations

You will learns what are signals,how to receive and generate the signals.

Concept of threading and system calls related to threading

All Inter process communication methods.

Socket Programming


Description

This course is intended to students and developers with experience between 1-2 years. After completion of this course you will be interview ready with important concepts of OS and very good knowledge of system programming. As this course is beginner to intermediate level you will have to put your efforts in practicing the concepts to master this course. This course will cover almost all topics including compilation stages, Linux commands , GNU Debugger, processes ,signals, file handling ,threads, and inter process communication which are the key factors of system programming. Every concept will be explained with example code to make it simple. At the end of this course one will be able to perform operations related to Linux in detail. The intention of this course is to make you ready to begin your career as developer. This course is not intended to the people Working in Testing or administration domain but if one wants to switch from testing domain to development domain, this course is definitely for them also.

To begin with this course, one should have good understanding of c language.

Good to have OS knowledge but not mandatory.

Willingness to learn is must to have.

Happy Learning.

ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!


Content

Introduction

Compilation stages-

Linux basic commands-

Libraries

Static Library

Dynamic Library

GNU Debugger

GDB part 1-

GDB part 2-

GDB part 3-

Electric Fence

How to use Electric fence

Threads

Pthread part -I

Inter process communication Methods

PIPE

FIFO

Shared Memory

Message Queue

Semaphores

TCP/IP socket

UDP socket

Signals

Signal Part I

Signal Part II


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Udemy ID

7/24/2020

Course created date

6/14/2021

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