- Introduction and Ubuntu_installation in vmware fusion
- kernel compilation Part1
- kernel compilation Part2
- kernel compilation Part3
- Hello World Module Part 1
- Hello World Module Part 2
- Character Device driver Part 1
- Character Device driver Part 2
- Character Device driver Part 3
- Character Device driver Part 4
- How to Patch Linux kernel
- Jiffies Driver
- How System Call works in Linux
This course guides a student for the basic understanding of Linux Kernels
Familiarize students with kernel compilations and different ways to achieve the same.
Introduce the character device Driver and explained in details like copy_to_user and copy_from_user
Explained the concept of Jiffies and a practical example of working Jiffies code
Explained in depth about debugfs and its various calls.
Explained in details with the help of power point as to how system call works.
The course provides the various way a system call can be invoked using software interrupt or directly invoking the syscall layer.
At the end of this course students would be well versed in kernel compilation and writing modules on Linux kernel.
This lecture series also guides students as to how to effectively get involved with Linux open source community and write patches which would be accepted upstream.
The course intends to build a niche in students who are devoted in kernel programming but couldn't gather enough resource at single location to build a career out of it.
The intention is to give a build blocks to students to understand the kernel, driver, file system, compilation, module insertion, deletion, device file, communication between user level and kernel level and how to code from kernel perspective rather than general c code.
In depth details of the explanation of concepts to communicate with kernel using either copy_from_user, copy_to_user or using the debugfs or proc fs.
Explained in details how to use virtual machine like VMware fusion of VMware workstation to setup a system for Linux kernel compilation and programming as virtual machines we can take snapshots and if there is problem we can simply revert to older snapshots for quick development, without corrupting the entire Operating system.
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About the instructors
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Senior Software Engineer
Over 15 years of total experience in software development, focusing on C/C++/Linux/Symbian C++, different flavors of UNIX (SCO, HP-UX, SunOS, AIX and RedHat Linux). Knowledge of LINUX Internals/ System programming/Inter Process Communication and Shell Scripting.
Worked on Symbian OS features like TLS/descriptors/ threads/ semaphore/IPC/ Active Objects/ Dynamics Arrays/Cleanup Stack/Client –server/Binary Compatibility.
Experience in all stages of development of large project using C/C++/ Clearcase/Subversion/GIT on Linux and LynxOS platform.
Worked on Linux Device driver and System programming.
Worked on HP bootloader, Board Support Package and grub.
Knowledge of Virtual File system, ext3, I/O Scheduler.
Good knowledge of Socket, TCP/IP and routing protocol like BGP, RIP.
Good knowledge of porting and cross-compilation. Ported FreeBSD-libc to Symbian Platform.
Worked on Linux Device Driver(Parallel port Control panel, USB mass storage driver), System programming, ELF32,DWARF, binary optimization.
Worked on GNU Tools chain like Cross-Compiler, Makefile, Auto Conf.
Worked on drivers for SPI, UART, I2C, GPIO Bus as part of board bringup.
Good Knowledge of Multithreading, Semaphore, Message queue, Shared memory and other IPC mechanism.
Bring up of Board and enhanced product for power star energy consumption by implementing various sleeping mode in Devices like scanner, Fax, Hard drive etc.
Knowledge of GNU tool chain and cross compilation
Participated in Code reviews, Risk management, design document as well as implementation phase.
Good knowledge of Object oriented Analysis and design.
Good Knowledge of Xen/ Qemu and virtualization.
Worked on Malware Analysis and disassembly
Very good and through knowledge of Hypervisor like Xen, KVM.
Are you serious , is this a course ? Please spend some efforts in making courses .
Pros: - Instructor seems very knowledgeable, goes over downloading & compiling the linux kernel. Cons: - Course was previously on YouTube (for free?) some videos end abruptly or don't start for ~20 seconds. - This course uses Fedora, Ubuntu is only mentioned as an afterthought; the description should be changed. - Standard community resources are not referenced, such as: http://www.makelinux.net/ldd - Instructions slightly out of date, needed additional resources: https://www.linux.com/topic/desktop/how-compile-linux-kernel-0/ - Little context is given. Why are specific libraries & functions used? How do they fit into the larger design? - Course resources are lacking. Emphasis seems to be on manually copying code rather than understanding it.
Need expiation about kernel and OS
I expected the course to complete some missing information from a book that i used to build my own Linux. When i try to compile the kernel, i get errors. I could not find any helpful advice to fix them in the internet. So i picked up this course. Though this is the very right place to get an understanding of the way kernel, user land, systemcall