kernel Module and driver
 MP4 | Video: AVC 1280×720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch 
 Duration: 3 Hours | Lec: 14 | 434 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Comprehensive Guide to System call and Linux internals on x86 platform
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

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.