Linux is the best-known and most-used open source operating system. As an operating system, Linux is software that sits underneath all of the other software on a computer, receiving requests from those programs and relaying these requests to the computer’s hardware. For the purposes of this page, we use the term “Linux” to refer to the Linux kernel, but also the set of programs, tools, and services that are typically bundled together with the Linux kernel to provide all of the necessary components of a fully functional operating system. Some people, particularly members of the Free Software Foundation, refer to this collection as GNU/Linux, because many of the tools included are GNU components.


The Linux open source operating system, or Linux OS, is a freely distributable, cross-platform operating system based on Unix that can be installed on PCs, laptops, net books, mobile and tablet devices, video game consoles, servers, supercomputers and more.
Linux is one of popular version of UNIX operating System. It is open source as its source code is freely available. It is free to use. Linux was designed considering UNIX compatibility. Its functionality list is quite similar to that of UNIX.

Components of Linux System
Linux Operating System has primarily three components:

Kernel - Kernel is the core part of Linux. It is responsible for all major activities this operating system. It is consists of various modules and it interacts directly with the underlying hardware. Kernel provides the required abstraction to hide low level hardware details to system or application programs.

System Library - System libraries are special functions or programs using application programs or system utilities accesses Kernel's features. These libraries implements most of the functionalities of the operating system and do not requires kernel module's code access rights.

System Utility - System Utility programs are responsible to do individual level tasks.

In the early sixties, AT&T Bell Labs was developing a computer oprating system called Unix. There a young student, Linus Torvalds was working on this licensed version of Unix branded Minux. Linus implemented all the diffrent system calls of Minux and decided to release to his work into the public eye. Linus name his new version Linux, released in 1970.

Various version of Linux was released but latest version of Linux is 4.1, used worldwide:

In September 1991 - Linux version 0.01
In March 1994 - Linux 1.0.0
In June 1996 - Linux 2
In July 2011 - Linux 3.0
In June 2015 - Linux 4.1 and more versions.

Linux Training in CSRDGroup is for engineering students who want to pursue their career in Linux and Open Source Technology can go for Linux training. As this program is designed to cover specialized modules covering different aspects of real world work environment and enables the students to be prepared for industry specific actual Linux Administration and Programming skills.

The Linux training helps System Administrators, Programmers, Operators and System managers who require a good working knowledge of Linux operating system.

This learning is very helpful for Oracle Developers, C, C++ Java Programmers, Test Engineers, SAS developers and every software engineer.

The purpose of this course is to give you competency as a beginning user of Linux. You will leave from this course with the ability to use Linux to perform routine file management, electronic mail, file editing, command piping and filtering, file permissions, and customizations. You will also know how to access Linux reference information and help material online so that you can gain more Linux knowledge when you require it. Receive in- depth coverage of Linux.

Upon completion of this Linux training classes, you will be able to:

1. Navigate the file system.
2. Manipulate files and directories.
3. Understand and change file system permissions.
4. Create and edit text files using VI.
5. Use many of Bash powerful built-in features such as pipes and redirects.
6. View and interact with processes on the system.
7. From beginning to end, you will learn by doing Linux-based projects and submitting them for instructor feedback.

Linux professionals are the fastest growing job category in the IT world. Almost every software company use this operating system. Few of them are:

IBM
Capegamini
Honeywell
Hewlett-Packard India Pvt. Ltd.
Xoriant Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
CSC
Synopsis
Symantec Software Pvt. Ltd. and more.

These top level companies demand pro professionals to design their ambitious projects online and reward them with superb packages and good career growth.

CSRD Group provides the basics as well as advance skills to work efficiently with all versions of Linux available in the market. Our dedicated trainer will help you to achieve certification in the particular course. CSRD Group prides to provide the Industrial training program on Linux for the fresh BCA, BE, B.Tech, MCA, and diploma holders in Lucknow . During this program Open Path allows trainee to work on the live industrial project, which is very helpful to trainee for the future prospects.

1. CSRD Group is backed by a team of highly trained and competent IT experts with innovative ideas and dynamic actions.
2. CSRD Group believes in open source technology and its advantages.
3. Job guarantee for students depends on their performance and with excellent salary package.
4. Advantage of getting experience certificate, for working on live project.
5. Practical learning with live and demo servers, for understanding the Linux concepts.
6. Work on live projects within industry to gain experience while learning.
7. Facilities that enable students to always stay ahead of the curve.

CSRD Group provide you with the state of the art infrastructure so that you can practice and further enhance your skills. Practicing on your own would provide you with the necessary confidence that is required to meet the challenging demands of the job world. We offer thorough Linux 4/6 weeks summer Training and internship program to expertise or impart the skill of students. In this students will gain skills to manage data, execute commands and customize LINUX programming environment. We are providing In-depth training of Linux Environment.