B.Tech Unix and Linux Programming Notes
Unix and Linux have been the go-to operating systems for developers and system administrators for several decades. As a B.Tech student, understanding Unix/Linux programming is crucial for a successful career in the field of computer science and engineering. In this blog post, we will provide you with concise and comprehensive notes on Unix/Linux programming, covering essential concepts, commands, and programming techniques.
The notes of ULP provided below is a concise overview of Unix/Linux programming, serving as a handy reference guide for your B.Tech studies. However, it is important to delve deeper into each topic, explore additional resources, and practice hands-on coding to reinforce your understanding.
Below is the syllabus for Unix Linux Programming :-
Unix/Linux Commands with Usages :
History of Unix, Structure of Unix System & its environment, Unix/Linux Startup, User accounts,accessing Linux – starting and shutting processes, Logging in and Logging out, various types of Unix Commands, zip, unzip, compress, uncompress, pack, unpack, various types of shells, shell programming, Unix file system, Mounting & Unmounting File System, Linux/Unix files, i-nodes, files system related commands, shell as command processor, shell variables, scripting, Unix architecture, Handling ordinary files, General purpose utilities and advanced Unix Commands.
Filters and File Compression :
Regular Expression and Filters : Introducing regular expression patterns, syntax, character classes, Quantifiers, Bourne Shell Programming, shell scripting, grep : searching pattern, egrep : searching extended regular expression, Editors in Unix/Linux : Stream Editor, Visual Editor, Emac Editor, programming with AWK and PERL, File compression techniques, delta compression, parallel compression with Xdelta utility, data similarities elimination for data reduction.
Program Development Tools :
The C Environment : C language programming in Unix/Linux using vi editor & C compiler, various modes of vi editor, C compiler options, C Shell operators, C Shell Script & programming, Program Development Tools, MakeFile Utility for keeping program up-to-date & its use for dependency calculations, dynamic linking and loading of libraries modules, static and shared libraries, dynamic loader, debugging tools like gdb for handling errors, Memory management and managing large projects in Unix programming environment.
System Administration and Networking Processes in Linux : Processes, starting and stopping processes, initialization of processes, rc and init files, job control – at, batch, cron, time, network files, security, authentication, password administration, signals handlers, threading, Linux I/O system, Networking tools : Ping, Telnet, FTP, Router, Firewalls, Backup and Restore tar, cpio, dd utility, mail command, Unix Network Security.
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