I am looking for an online course, something similar to the Berkely and Stanford Courses that covers Linux systems programming. A course which could use Stevens ( with some supplemental material covering linux idiosyncracies ) as the text ( observe: could use not does use ).
Purpose: I've read through a large chunk of Stevens--somewhere between 1/3 and 2/3. Essentially I would like to plug in the gaps as easily as possible. A set of video lectures seems the best way. But not some youtube dweeb trying to show he can tie his Linux shoelaces. 
 Not all youtube entries are like that, but you will have to wade through a lot to get to the worthwhile ones. Unless you get lucky.