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Linux-Kongress 2002
9th International Linux System Technology Conference
September 4-6, 2002 in Cologne, Germany

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Supporting organisations: AT Computing


AT Computing

AT Computing BV
P.O. Box 1428
6501 BK Nijmegen
The Netherlands

Phone: +31-24-3527252
Fax: +31-24-3527292

AT Computing BV organizes UNIX and Linux related courses (with excellent reference texts), ranging from elementary use of the OS up to advanced system management and programming. Most courses are in dutch but some courses are in english. AT Computing BV is an independent company; it has no connections to hardware or software suppliers and therefore can supply non-biased information.

Especially interesting for the visitors of LinuxKongress 2002:

AT Computing supplies two in-depth courses concerning the Linux kernel:

  • The course "Linux Kernel Internals"
    In this course the internal concepts of the Linux kernel (2.4) will be covered. The focus of the course is on the architecture and the functionality of the kernel code, not on a detailed examination of the sourcecode (which changes continuously). Various kernel mechanisms are reviewed which contribute to the right perspective about the design of the Linux kernel. Besides, the internal kernel administration is discussed along with the possibilities to investigate and analyze serious system malfunctioning with help of kernel debugger tools. Also the internal structure of filesystems on disk will be explained.
  • The course "Linux Device Drivers"
    This course provides a theoretical overview about the structure of device drivers, in-depth information about the interface between the device driver and the rest of the Linux kernel, and various practical exercises to develop and test device drivers in a Linux environment.

Please consult the web page for detailed information, schedule etc.

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