UNIX system Programming courses
The Linux/UNIX network programming course covers network programming using the sockets API on Linux and UNIX systems. The content of the course is based on the network programming chapters of The Linux Programming Interface, but adds a significant amount of supplementary material.
A more detailed list of topics can be found here.
If you elect to have an onsite training course on your premises, it is possible to tailor the length and content of the course to your needs. For further details, please email
Audience and prerequisites
The primary audience for this course is programmers developing network applications for Linux and UNIX systems, or programmers porting such applications from other operating systems (e.g., Windows) to Linux or UNIX. By the completion of the course, participants will have the understanding needed to write advanced network applications on a Linux or UNIX system.
In order to get the most out of the course, participants should have:
The course employs a lecture+lab format.
A significant part of the course is spent on practical exercises. The lab sessions also provide participants with the opportunity to obtain one-to-one assistance from the trainer on the course material and exercises.
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To scan for wireless access points, try:
$ ifconfig wlan0 list scan
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$ ifconfig wlan0 ssid SSID_GOES_HERE