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Mục tiêu Bài giảng Lập trình mã nguồn mở là nhằm giúp sinh viên hiểu về lập trình Shell cho Linux, lập trình C/C++ với giao diện trên Linux. Bài giảng được trình bày khoa học, súc tích giúp các bạn sinh viên hiểu sâu hơn về Lập trình mã nguồn mở.

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  1. LẬP TRÌNH MÃ NGUỒN MỞ TS. Lê Nhật Duy Blog: Email:
  2. Nội dung chương trình Mục tiêu môn học Giúp sinh viên hiểu về lập trình Shell cho Linux, lập trình C/C++ với giao diện trên Linux Thời lượng Lý thuyết : 30 tiết Thực hành: 30 tiết 2
  3. Nội dung chương trình 1. Essential Linux 2. Introduction to Linux Programming 3. Shell Programming 4. Graphics Intergace Programming 5. Qt and Databases 6. Development Tools
  4. Kiểm tra đánh giá Kiểm tra giữa kỳ Tiểu luận theo nhóm Thi kết thúc môn
  5. Giáo trình và TLTK Giáo trình Neil Matthew, Richard Stones, “Beginning Linux Programming”, 4th Edition, Wiley Publishing, Inc, 2008. Tài liệu tham khảo Slides bài giảng của giảng viên
  6. Rules …
  7. Essential Linux
  8. Contents 1. Introduction Linux and Linux Distributions 2. Installing Linux 3. Getting Help (using man pages, info and other documentation resources) 4. Using Linux Text Editor 5. Managing the Linux File System 6. Installing and Managing Software on Linux 2
  9. What is Linux ? Linux is an Unix-like operating system Linux is an free and open source software Linux is a leading server operating system Multi-user, security, stability, …
  10. What is Linux ? Linux is an operating system, provides key functions in a computer system: Application Platform Hardware Moderator Data Storage Security Connectivity
  11. The History of Linux GNU/Linux
  12. The History of Linux Richard Matthew Stallman (born March 16, 1953), is an American software freedom activist and computer program Is a student at Harvard University a programmer at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory In September 1983, he launched the GNU Project to create a free Unix-like operating system With the launch of the GNU Project, he initiated the free software movement. In October 1985, he founded the Free Software Foundation, and in 1989 he wrote the GNU General Public License (GNU GPL)
  13. The History of Linux By the early 1990s, many of the programs required in the GNU project’s operating system (such as libraries, compilers, text editors, a Unix shell, and a windowing system) were completed, although low-level elements such as device drivers, daemons, and the kernel were stalled and incomplete. In 1991, in Helsinki, Linus Torvalds began a project that later became the Linux kernel Development was done on MINIX using the GNU C compiler
  14. The History of Linux The first release of the Linux kernel, Linux 0.01, included a binary of GNU's Bash shell In 1992, he suggested releasing the kernel under the GNU General Public License. He first announced this decision in the release notes of version 0.12. In the middle of December 1992 he published version 0.99 using the GNU GPL Linux and GNU developers worked to integrate GNU components with Linux to make a fully-functional and free operating system.
  15. Linux Distributions A Linux distribution (also called GNU/Linux distribution or distro for short ) is a member of the family of Unix-like operating systems built on top of the Linux kernel consist a set of libraries and utilities from the GNU project
  16. Linux Distributions .. Linux distributions have taken a wide variety of forms Commercial or non-commercial; Designed for enterprise users, power users, or for home users; Supported on multiple types of hardware, or platform- specific, even to the extent of certification by the platform vendor; Designed for servers, desktops, or embedded devices; General purpose or highly specialized toward specific machine functionalities (e.g. firewalls, network routers, and computer clusters); Built primarily for security, usability, portability, or comprehensiveness.
  17. Linux Distributions … Today there are hundreds of different distributions available popular ■ SUSE Linux ■ TurboLinux ■ Fedora Linux ■ Mandrake Linux ■ Red Hat Enterprise Linux ■ Lycoris Linux ■ Debian Linux ■ CentOS ■ Linspire ■ ALT Linux ■ Gentoo Linux ■ Ubuntu ■Slackware Linux
  18. Linux Distributions …
  19. Roles of Linux Desktop operating system Server operating system Firewall
  20. Components of Linux The Linux Kernel Libraries Utilities User User Interface



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