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Linux Kernel and Driver Development Training
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Based in Hyderabad, Nano Scientific Research Centre is providing Linux Device Drivers Training for engineering college students, and other professionals. This will help to deal with the situations concerned in the real-world Embedded Technologies. We work to meet the needs of industries, today as well as in the future. Also, we have deep knowledge of the Embedded Linux Internals & Device Drivers. Our experts provide trainings so as to help you develop improved embedded software. There will be a full blend of theory, concepts & practicals. We offer top class training in the field of embedded systems. It helps enhance the skills of the professionals who wish to reach new heights of success in this ever-growing field
At Nano Scientific Research Centre, we offer the best Linux Device Drivers Training in Hyderabad. We will teach you how to create device drivers for Linux systems, along with a primary familiarity as well as understanding of the implicit Linux kernel. You will find out different device drivers used in Linux, proper APIs through which hardware and software devices interface with the kernel, and essential techniques, modules for developing / debugging the Linux drivers. Our offered Linux device drivers training / course work with the major Linux distributions.
Here the Goal is to:
- Understand the open source software
- Develop device drivers easily
- Develop tools, software, environments, and networking support
This training is ideal for Engineering college pass outs, Engineering College Interns, Working Professionals (Embedded domain), and graduates willing to explore in the world of Linux embedded.
Linux Kernel and Driver Development Training:
- CPU Scheduling
- Process Synchronization
- Memory management
- Virtual Memory.
- File management & Disk management
Linux System programming
- Program, Process, Process IDs,
- Processes Priorities, Process States, CPU Scheduling
- Process Management API – fork, vfork, exec, wait and exit.
- Zombie and Orphan Process
- Pthread Programming and Thread Attributes
- Process Synchronization Techniques.
- Semaphores, Mutex, Spinlock, Memory Barriers
- Inter Process Communication Techniques
- Pipe, FIFO, Signals, Shared Memory
- Timer API – Jiffies, kernel Timers, wait queues, sleeps
- Interrupt and Exception API – Task lets, Work queues
- Kernel Debugging – kgdb, printk, jprobs, kprobs
- Introduction to Device Drivers
- Device Number, Major and Minor Numbers
- Inbuilt and Modular Drivers
- User Space and Kernel Space Communication.
- dev directory and device files
- Character, Block and Network Driver.
- Advanced Driver API – fcntl,ioctl
- Unified Device Model (udev)
- Proc File System, sys file system.
- usbfs file system.
- Character Device Driver Programming
- Block Device Driver Programming
- Serial Port Driver Programming
- Parallel Port Driver Programming
- USB Device Driver Programming
- Network (Ethernet) Driver Programming
- Flash Drive Driver Programming
- Networking Architecture in Linux.
- TCP/IP defector model and layer in kernel.
- Client – Server Programming API.
- TCP, UDP, RAW, UNIX, FTP, TFTP
- VOIP Protocol Programming.
- Arithmetic Server, Concurrent Server.
- Broadcast Server Programming
- Wireless Architecture and Programming
- Real Time Concept, RTLinux Installation.
- Scheduling and Preemption Programming.
- GPOS and RTOS API Programming.
- FIFO and Round Robin Scheduling Programming
- Task Management, synchronization, Intertask Communication
- Timers, Interrupt API in RTOs.
- Signals, Events handling API in RTOs.
- Priority Inversion/Inheritance.
- ARM Architecture and ARM Processor family.
- ARM Development Boards and features.
- Raspberry Pi Development Board.
- Boot loader Configuration and Compilation for ARM
- Kernel Configuration and Compilation for ARM.
- File System Configuration and Compilation for ARM.
- Porting Linux on Development Boards.
- DNW Tools.
- Installing QT Framework.
- Installing Opencv and Pocket Sphinx.
- Application Development Using QT Creator.
- Sensors and modules Programming in QT Creator.
- Wireless Protocol Programming in QT Creator.
- Image and Video Processing
- Audio Processing
- Opencv with QT Creator.
- Pocket Sphinx with QT Creator.
- Setting Cross Compiler
- Executing Cross Compiled project file on ARM Board.
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