How Linux works – Linux Under the Hood Video Course
In the video course Linux Under the Hood you will go beyond the command tasks and commands that you might be using in Linux on a daily basis, and you will learn how the operating system is organized, and why certain features are working as they do.
Valuable to any professional working with Linux
If you have just passed the LPIC-1 / Linux + exams, a deeper understanding of Linux will enable you to find real solutions for your problems.
Or if you’re currently studying for RHCA, this course will help you passing the exam since you will have a better understanding of how Linux works without the need of being a C programmer.
Also, if you wish to differentiate yourself from others this is a great opportunity for you to level up your professional skill-set.
Go beyond the command tasks and commands
and learn how the operating system is organized and why certain features are working as they do.
These are the topics
- How Linux is organized
- About C code, scripts and compiled programs
- Understanding Linux commands and how they work
- Understanding the Linux boot procedure
- Understanding Linux storage
- Understanding memory management
- Understanding processes
- Hardware initialization
- Looking closer at the kernel
- Understanding networking
- Performance optimization
- The future of Linux
For a detailed outline of this Linux Under the Hood Video Course, visit this page.