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In this course, students will learn to develop complex system-level software in the C programming language while gaining an intimate understanding of the Unix operating system and all OS that belong to this family, such as Linux, the BSDs, and even Mac OS X and its programming environment. Fundamental concepts of software development and maintenance on Unix systems development and debugging tools such as "make" and "gdb" will also be covered. Students are expected to have a good working knowledge of the C programming language, have written non-trivial programs before, and to be able to competently use a Unix system with a command-line shell interface. All coursework will be done exclusively on a Unix system from the command-line. This is not an introduction to using Unix!

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In this course, students will learn to develop complex system-level software in the C programming language while gaining an intimate understanding of the Unix operating system and all OS that belong to this family, such as Linux, the BSDs, and even Mac OS X and its programming environment.

Fundamental concepts of software development and maintenance on Unix systems development and debugging tools such as "make" and "gdb" will also be covered. Students are expected to have a good working knowledge of the C programming language, have written non-trivial programs before, and to be able to competently use a Unix system with a command-line shell interface.

All coursework will be done exclusively on a Unix system from the command-line. This is not an introduction to using Unix! If you email me to waive the prerequisites, please provide information about how you meet the requirements listed above in bold. This has the added benefit of showing that you've actually read at least this far on this page. When emailing me, please use your stevens.

I will likely not even see your email if it is sent from gmail or any other non-stevens address. You will be writing a lot of code in this class. You may also find the need to read a lot of code not written by you as well as the manual pages accompanying the sources:. Richard Stevens, Stephen A. The following books are recommended purely for your own personal reference. Kernighan and Dennis M. Prentice Hall, Inc.

ISBN paperback , hardback. Kernighan and Rob Pike. Addison-Wesley, Inc. ISBN X. It is your responsibility to gain access to such a system prior to the start of the class. Please see this page for more information. All grading will be done on a NetBSD 8. While you may choose to develop on your own personal host, you should make sure that your code compiles and runs flawlessly on this OS version. Class notes HW 1: trivially copy a file HW 2: implement 'command 3 ' Final assignment: write a simple shell.

The following exercises are not graded, but are recommended to be completed before or soon after the given lecture to help you better understand the concepts dicussed. Implement the " ls 1 " command as decribed in the manual page provided to you. See the full midterm project description for details.

Implement the " sws 1 " command as decribed in the manual page provided to you. See the full group project description for details. All registered students are subscribed to this list using their stevens. It is critical that you read this list. Tweets by csapue. Lecture Slides compile chain examples make examples gdb examples Lecture Slides nonblock.

Lecture Slides Course Notes break-chroot. Lecture Slides Final Assignment: sish 1.

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Advanced Programming in the UNIX® Environment

Advanced Programming in the Unix Environment is a computer programming book by W. Richard Stevens describing the application programming interface of the UNIX family of operating systems. The first edition of the book was published by Addison-Wesley in It covered programming for the two popular families of the Unix operating system, the Berkeley Software Distribution in particular 4. The book covers system calls for operations on single file descriptors , special calls like ioctl that operate on file descriptors, and operations on files and directories. It covers the stdio section of the C standard library , and other parts of the library as needed.

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