This PDF presentation covers the
following topics related to Embedded Linux : booting custom kernel and rootfs,
Introduction, Development workspace, Kernel basics, Bootloader setup, Root filesystem,
flash, images, internals and drivers, Manipulating storage devices,
Choosing and installing the rootfs, Kernel internals, Linux hardware support,
Device driver overview, debugging, realtime and networking,
Kernel debugging primer, Realtime Linux basics, Debugging applications,
Networking services, toolchain building and human factors, User interfaces,
Development tools setup, Linux, the human factor.
This PDF covers the following topics related to Embedded Linux : Scope,
Building Linux Using Buildroot, Cross-compiling Applications for Beagleboard,
Adding Support for Com2 Serial Port to Beagleboard, Adding Support for the USB
to Ethernet Interface, Using Integrated Development Environments: Code::blocks
and Eclipse/CDT, Preparing the Linux Virtual Machine, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Packages
Author(s): Mariano Ruiz, Universidad Politécnica de
This PDF covers the following topics
related to FreeBSD : Introduction, Before you install, Quick installation,
Shared OS installation, Installing FreeBSD, Post-installation configuration, The
tools of the trade, Taking control, The Ports Collection, File systems and
devices, Disks, The Vinum Volume Manager, Writing CD-Rs, Tapes, backups and
floppy disks, Printers, Networks and the Internet, Configuring the local
network, Connecting to the Internet, Serial communications, Configuring PPP, The
Domain Name Service, Firewalls, IP aliasing and proxies, Network debugging,
Basic network access: clients, etc.
presentation covers topics related to Linux System Administration. These notes
are aimed at giving you an overview of Linux or Unix systems and their operations,
skills in configuring a system, tools to diagnose hardware and software
failures, some specific info and debugging tips for Field System machines.
This book is for new Linux users who have
migrated from other platforms. This book is divided into four parts, each
covering some aspect of the command line experience. Part1 : Learning The Shell,
Part2 : Configuration And The Environment, Part3: Common Tasks and Essential
Tools, Part4: Writing Shell Scripts.
This note explains the
following topics: Research Computing Services, Linux Overview, Linux Interaction
- Shell and Commands, I/O redirection, Navigating the file system, Processes and
job control, Editors, Creating and Running Code.
This PDF covers the following topics related to Linux Programming :
The Linux operating system, The Linux kernel, The Linux libc package, System
calls, The “swiss army knife” ioctl, Linux Interprocess Communications, Sound
Programming, Character Cell Graphics, Programming I/O ports, Porting
Applications to Linux.
Author(s): Sven Goldt, Sven van der Meer, Scott Burkett,
PDF covers the following topics related to UNIX Administration : Introduction to
Unix Administration, Unix Refresher, Files and Directories Command, Working with
IO Redirection, Pipes and Filters, Introduction to Shell Programming, Advanced
Shell Scripts, Booting and Shutting, User and Group Management, Device and Disk
Management, Introduction to File System, Network File system, Virtual File
System, Security, Printer Management, Backup and Recovery, Space Management,
Scheduling of System Events, Performance Monitoring, Network Management.
Covered topics:The Unix Filestore, Unix File
Processing, Searching and Regular Expressions, Introduction to System
Administration, Managing Users, Microsoft Active Directory, Starting UNIX and
The UNIX Kernel, TCP/IP Networking.
UNIX is a multi-user
operating system; in other words it allows more than one user to have
access to a computer at the same time. The users share the computer’s
various resources amongst them. This PDF covers the following topics
related to Unix : Introduction, Directory Structure/Hierarchy, First
Commands, Wildcards and a useful feature, Copying and Moving Files, More
about more, cat, and piping, Shells, Text editors.
Author(s): Alan Reed, Aslam Ghumra, Chris Bayliss,
and Jenny Harrison, University of Birmingham
This note covers the following topics:
basic background in Unix structure, knowledge of getting started, directory
navigation and control, file maintenance and display commands, shells, Unix
features, text processing.
covers the following topics related to UNIX Network Programming : Internet
Protocols, Direction and Principles, Network Programming, Client-Server Model,
Server-side service models, Stream sockets, Datagram sockets, Socket Address
Structure, TCP and UDP Ports, etc.
This PDF covers the following
topics related to UNIX Programming : Introduction to unix, Brief History, What
is Unix, Unix Components, Using UnixCommands in Unix, Some Basic Commands,
Command Substitution, Giving Multiple Commands, The File system, Using the
Shell, Filters, The Process.
Author(s): Department of Computer Science and Engineering,
Kallam Haranadhareddy Institute of Technology
lecture note is written by Stewart Weiss. This note covers the following topics:
Introduction to Systems Programming, Login Records, File I/O, and Performance,
File Systems and the File Hierarchy, Controlling File and Terminal I/O,
Interactive Programs and Signals, Event Driven Programming: Timers and
Asynchronous I/O, Process Architecture and Control, Interprocess Communication,
Threads and the Pthread Library.
This PDF covers the following topics related to Linux/UNIX Security :
Core security concepts, Maintaining confidentiality, Keeping our data safe from
intruders, Integrity, Authentication, Security from the start, inetd vs. iptfw,
Firewalling, Controlling your users, Cracklib, etc.
Author(s): Hervey Allen, Network Startup Resource
This PDF covers the following topics
related to UNIX Security : Overview of UNIX System, Privileges in UNIX,
Attackers, Threats to UNIX Systems, Classes of Security Flaws, Improper Choice
of Initial Protection Domain, Network, Solutions, etc.
Author(s): Matt Bishop, Dept. of Computer
Science, University of California at Davis