Linux Device drivers

A device driver contains the details of a particular peripheral and provides a slightly high-level programming interface to it. A device driver is typically specific to a given operating system. Programming an embedded device driver requires a different skill set than computer software programming. The coding must be precise and succinct to meet memory constraints and specialized needs of the product that the embedded system resides in. We train our candidate to meet this specific knowledge.

Topics Covered

  • Linux Basics – Linux System Architecture, Linux Command, Script Programming.
  • Linux System – Linux Booting, Boot loader, Device Driver, Kernel Modules.
  • Device Driver Architecture, Make File Scripting to Interface Driver.
  • Linux Driver Programming - Character driver, Network driver, Wireless drivers.
  • Linux Platform – PC, ARM Cortex, Beagle Bone, Raspberry PI.

Our Expertise

eSilicon Labs specializes in the design and development of embedded network and multimedia solutions on Embedded, DSP, and FPGA platforms. Our expertise includes requirement analysis, components selection, circuit design and software programming all the way through to implementation, testing and system integration.

Vision 2018

eSilicon Labs committed to provide minimum 500 highly trained embedded professionals to the Indian Industries by the year 2018. We are enhancing our reach to core Electronics & IT product companies to provide corporate training in Embedded System, Embedded Linux, DSP, VLSI, ARM Processors, Android Mobile Apps.

Vision 2020

eSilicon Labs core focus on IoT, Lighting Things, Smart Media Solutions, and Computer Vision Technologies. eSilicon Labs commuted to release Indian indigenous product solution on IoT, Lighting Things, computer vision based media control & media solution like smart board, smart signage, smart gaming technologies.