Gyumri Information Technologies Center
Introduction To Linux For Programmers
This course was adapted from a one day Linux overview course designed for professional programmers moving from development on other operating systems platforms to Linux. It serves as a general introduction to operating systems concepts with a Linux based practicum.
Students should complete an introductory computer programming or information systems course and understand basic operating systems concepts from a user perspective. Students should also complete at least one programming course.
By the end of this course, students receive a basic introduction to the following topics:
This is the actual outline used during the course.
Visit the Guides page of the The Linux Documentation Project and note the following guides:
We will use training material in these guides throughout the course.
We used one computer system for installing the Fedora Core 4 Linux system. Students ran a virtual machine or used X Windows to complete class exercises.
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