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Linux Internals and TCP/IP Networking – Course Materials

Linux Internals Course is a second level course on Linux will set you in a journey to understand the Kernel by understanding various system calls offered. One of the key differentiators of Linux is about having well-defined user and kernel space by clearly separating their area of concern. In order to become a system programmer you need to start to transition from a C programmer to OS programmer by going beyond logical and syntax aspects of C.

 

This Linux Internals Course gives complete understanding of Linux internals (System call interfaces, Multi-tasking, Multi-Threading, API’s) and helps the audience to move to the next level of programming by considering other factors in the system. Starting with basics of system calls this course further deep dives into various Inter Process Communication (IPC) mechanisms like Pipes, FIFO, Shared Memory and Signals and Sockets. 

 

Get yourself ready for an odyssey in the world of Linux Kernel smiley-cool-1463540

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  • Unix Network Programming: Inter Process Communications Purchase
  • Unix Network Programming - The Sockets And Networking API Purchase
  • The UNIX Programming Environment Purchase
  • Linux System Programming: System and Library Calls Purchase
  • Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment Purchase

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