REQUIRED TEXT: LINUX for Programmers and Users, by G. Glass and K. Ables
Ø Beginning Linux Programming, 3rd Edition, by Neil Matthew and Richard Stones, 2004, Wiley Publishing.
Ø Essential system Administration, by AEleen Frisch, O’Reilly
Ø Linux Pocket Guide, by Daniel J. Barrett, O’Reilly
TEXT AFTER THIS CLASS: Understanding the Linux Kernel, by Daniel P. Bovet and Marco Cesati, O’Reilly
C or above in CSCI2350/CSCI 3410 and with the professor's approval
Ø Classroom: Atk310
Ø Lab: A&S143
An introduction to basic LINUX Programming, including Linux system administration, shell programming, Perl system programming, and C system Programming. Linux system calls will be examined and implemented in the system programming.
Regular attendance along with the timely completion of all homework assignments is essential for the successful completion of the course. An unexcused absence from a test will result in a numerical grade of 0 for that test.
The grade for the course will be determined from two mid-term exams, presentation and homework assignments. Relative weights along with tentative examination dates are as follows:
Exam I 25% (March 2, 2017)
Exam II 25% (April 27, 2017)
Presentation 20% (May 3, 2017, 10:30A.M.-12:45P.M.)
Students are expected to present a true and honest representation of all academic work regarding their performance during the course. Unless specifically stated as part of an assignment, team/group efforts on assignments are prohibited. Students may discuss general approaches to solving problems related to an assignment, but must work on assignments individually.
TENTATIVE COURSE OUTLINE:
1 Introduction to Linux Operating System
2 System Administration to Linux Operating System
3 Shell Programming
4 Shell Programming
5 Perl Programming
6 C Programming
7 C Programming
9 Linux System Calls with C
10 Linux System Calls with C
11 Linux System Calls with C
14 Inter-Process Communications
15 Inter-Process Communications
· Last Day of Classes: May 1, 2017
· Martin Luther King Day: Jan. 16, 2017
· Spring Break: March 20-24, 2017
· March 6, 2017 (5 P.M.) is the last day to drop without academic penalty (Unless if maximum number of dropped courses has been exceeded) .
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ASSISTANCE FOR STUDENT NEEDS RELATED TO DISABILITY
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FIRE DRILL PROCEDURE
Fire drills will be conducted annually. In the event of a fire alarm, students will exit the building in a quick and orderly manner through the nearest hallway exit. Learn the floor plan and exits of the building. Do not use elevators. If you encounter heavy smoke, crawl on the floor so as to gain fresh air. Assist disabled persons and others if possible without endangering your own life. Assemble for a head count on the front lawn of main campus or other designated assembly area.
RELIGIOUS OBSERVANCE POLICY
Students are permitted to miss class in observance of religious holidays and other activities observed by a religious group of which the student is a member without academic penalty. Exercising of one’s rights under this policy is subject to the GC Honor Code. Students who miss class in observance of a religious holiday or event are required to make up the coursework missed as a result from the absence. The nature of the make-up assignments and the deadline for completion of such assignments are at the sole discretion of the instructor. Providing verifiable proof of the religious affiliation and activities are at the sole discretion of the instructor as well. Failure to follow the prescribed procedures voids all student rights under this policy.