Professional Seminar - Linux Kernel Debugging

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An Exclusive seminar on Linux Kernel Debugging:

This highly technical seminar will provide a learning forum for in-
depth technical knowledge on Kernel Debugging. It will provide you
debugging techniques and demonstrations designed to help you avoid
common pitfalls in your system design.

Seminar contents (With labs)

Debugging with printk message.
Debugging with kernel hoops.
Working with GDB
Default utilities of kernel e.g. ptrace, strace, system.map /proc/
kcore/ /proc/ kallsyms
Device information in proc

Installation of KDB, invoking KDB, usages of KDB and co-relation
between KDBG

Pre-requisite:

*This is an intermediate-level seminar offering for active
practitioners.
* All attendees are expected to understand operating system concepts
in general. The basic concepts of kernel module programming and kernel
compilation.
* Attendees must have previous hands-on experience working with Linux.
It is a hands-on class intended to give students real, practical
experience in using the Linux kernel debugger (GDB) and in
understanding the data provided by the various kernel debugger
extensions.

Why you should attend the seminar:
* Learn from developers who work only with Kernel programming.
* Learn concepts & techniques by Industry professionals that you can
apply over & over.
* Save time and money by learning what common mistakes to avoid.
* Take Aways : Fedora 7 DVD

Registration on first come first serve basis.
(Kindly confirm your seat with registration amount at the earliest as
limited seats are offered.)

Dates     : January 19, 2008
Time     : 2.30 to 5.30 PM (Saturday)
Venue    : Concepts Systems Educational
           Services Division
           602-603, The Pentagon, Shahu College Road,
           Next to Pune-Satara Road,
           Near Panchami Hotel, Parvati. Pune - 411009.
           www.conceptssys.com
           Phone: +91-020-2421 6888 / 099606 38738
  (Entry restricted to registered candidates only.)

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