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Old 06-16-2009, 07:44 AM   #1
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Smile Wanna know abt any Linux developer course. Please guide me as how do i proceed

Wanna know abt any Linux developer course. Please guide me as how do i proceed.

Much has been written about Linux Admin courses but no light has been put on developers course. Please suggest as what all languages need to be known. How get started for the same. Please assist.

Thanks in advance. Waiting 4 your valuable inputs.
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If you're talking about developing the kernel, then yeah its written in C and that's a good pace to start, maybe download the Eclipse IDE for C developers too.

However if you want to learn how to use Linux go for BASH-its the default shell in all Linux distros. I've been using Linux for a while now and am just now getting into looking at the Kernel code-it can be very daunting for new users. Perhaps start with BASH and the shell first-once you have an idea how it works move on to how its written.


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