[PLUG] [Commercial] Linux Device Drivers:Where the Kernel Meets the Hardware

apeksha apeksha at conceptssys.com
Sun Jun 28 18:52:08 IST 2009

Hello All,


               Linux Device Driver Programming is an intensive hands-on
course designed by Concepts Systems to provide a detailed examination of
each topic is presented along with a supporting laboratory exercise before
moving on to the next topic.

              The course shows attendees how device drivers work with the
Linux kernel, how to compile and load drivers, how to debug drivers, the key
issues in developing and testing Linux device drivers.

              This class enables developers and engineers to rapidly
identify issues critical to their project, and provides them in-depth
knowledge to add Linux support to their product lines in an aggressive time


Course Highlights:


Linux Kernel Programming


-Intel x86 Fundamentals

-Linux Kernel source tree

-Character, Block device drivers

-Memory Management

-System Call hooking

-Kernel Threading and synchronization

-Virtual File System driver


Detail syllabus is available at


Starting Date      : July 4th, 2009. 

Duration              : 1.5 months. 

Days & Timings : Saturday and Sunday, 3 Hours Per day.



Concepts Systems,

602-603, The Pentagon, Shahu College Road, 

Next to Pune-Satara Road, 

Near Panchami Hotel, Parvati. Pune - 411009. 


Registration: We encourage you to register at the earliest since there are
limited seats.


If you have any queries feel free to call us on 020-24216888 / 9960638738 or
mail us at training at conceptssys.com.


For customized on-site training for your team, send a mail to
info at conceptssys.com


About Us:

Concepts Systems is Pune based Training Consultancy having expertise in core
systems. Concepts already has many leading software companies like EMC, HP,
Nvidia, Oracle India, KPIT Cummins etc. as its clients. Systems Technology
Experts having Industry exposure forms backbone of Concepts Training



Thanks & Regards,


Concepts Systems


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