[bitlug] Re: Linux internals as elective

  • From: Peeyush Prasad <peeyush@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bitlug@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2004 14:18:45 +0530 (IST)

Hi list,
 Sorry for the delayed reply,was out of town...
I don't think we can substitute a lecturer, as far as syllabus topics are
concerned... what we _can_ do is a sort of accompanying practical
workshop,where we all discuss the theory we've studied alongside a real
 One good approach to start with would be to get familiar with the linux
kernel by identifying its various components in code.
 Another good start can be a discussion on the booting up process,either
how the kernel gets loaded in mem, or till the first login.
 As Pavan mentioned, the course might not be good from the exam point of
view, but it is wonderful from the how-does-it-work point of view.
 I suggest TVK sir can also become a member of this list...
-- P

On 11 Sep 2004, kundan wrote:

> hi everyone,
> thanx pawan for ur advice.its almost final that almost 20 of 7th sem guys are 
> taking linux internals as elective.
> as for seminars on this topic we can try out to collect few more people who 
> might be interested in linux from junior sems.
> we can choke out the plan of seminars on the group only. many of the group 
> members are not interested in the subject---i dont why???
> i ask them also to participate in these seminars.
> tvk sir is goin to take the internals subject from next week i think.
> bye.

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