Developing Linux Device Drivers (LFD430)

The primary objective of this course is to give an overview of major Linux device drivers and the appropriate Linux methods and APIs for Kernel device interfaces.


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The primary objective of this course is to give an overview of major Linux device drivers and the appropriate Linux methods and APIs for Kernel device interfaces.

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The Developing Linux Device Drivers (LFD430) is a comprehensive intermediate-level training program for professional App Developers and Language Programmers who want to attain a better understanding of developing Linux System Device Drivers. The primary objective of this course is to give an overview of major Linux device drivers and the appropriate Linux methods and APIs for Kernel device interfaces.

Professionals Linux Developers and C# & C/C++ Developers will learn the art of developing Linux device drivers and can utilize these learnings to help businesses maximize productivity. Businesses are always on the lookout for a proficient App Developers who can optimize and manage Linux system applications seamlessly. On average, an Embedded Linux Developer earns $107,500 annually and there is a great demand of professionals having proficiency in Linux device driver development.

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The core objective of this course is to help professionals gain a better understanding and sound knowledge of the following key concepts:

  • Numerous Kinds of Linux Device Drivers
  • Fundamental of Linux APIs and Kernel Hardware and Software Device Interface
  • Best Practices and Module Techniques for Linux
  • Debugging and Developing Linux Device Drivers
  • Getting to Know Popular Linux Distributions


This course is tailored for the following group of professionals:

  • Programmers and App Developers
  • C# & C/C++ Developers
  • Professional Linux Developers


Professionals planning to enroll in the Developing Linux Device Drivers (LFD430) course must comply with the following prerequisites:

  • Fundamental Knowledge of Kernel Interfaces including loading and unloading modules, creating & compiling interfaces, and synchronizing primitives.
  • Basic Know-how of Management and Memory Allocation Essentials such as LFD420 Linux Kernel Development and Internals.


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SubjectsApp Development
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Learning StyleVirtual Classroom
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Course Duration4 Days


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Course Prerequisites
Linux Kernel Internals and Development (LFD420)
Linux Kernel Internals and Development (LFD420)
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