This course helps students to know the role and functionality of the major subsystems within the Linux 2.6 kernel. And, by the end of the course, students will be able to describe and make use of many of the key data structures and API functions within the Linux 2.6 kernel.
Knowledge and familiarity with Linux is prerequisite for admission into this program. Our qualified and experienced trainers help students to gain understanding of how the Linux kernel works internally. In addition to this, candidates seeking admission into this course need to have experience in configuring and installing Linux kernels.