Installing Oracle Java/JDK in Adrenaline

Adrenaline carries the OpenJDK as its default Java Development Kit. OpenJDK is the future and though it has some catching up to do, it does the job well in most scenarios. To check the version of JDK in Adrenaline, you can use this command in the Root Terminal (Menu -> Accessories -> Root Terminal): java(…)

Installing VirtualBox in Adrenaline v2

VirtualBox is a general purpose virtualizer developed by Oracle. Now, Virtualization is a huge topic and won’t be covered in this tutorial. It only deals with the installation of this super-cool-running-one-os-inside-another-os software. Oh that defines virtualization by the way! Rather crudely. Anyway, the installation is extremely simple. Just 3 steps it takes. Here they are:(…)

Installing Steam Client in Adrenaline v2

Steam client installation in Adrenaline is going to be painless. An ‘apt-get install steam’ is all it takes! Let’s start. First, we’ll update the repos. Fire up the Root Terminal (Menu -> Accessories -> Root Terminal) and give the following command: apt-get update Now install Steam Client with this command: apt-get install steam During installation,(…)

TeamViewer Installation – Adrenaline v2

Another itsy-bitsy-teeny-weeny installation tutorial. This time it’s TeamViewer – a wonderful software you can use to control your friend’s PC remotely as if you’re sitting right besides him! Checkout their official website for more information. So let’s get on with the installation! First grab the TeamViewer Deb Package from the download page. Make sure you(…)

Docky the Dock in Adrenaline!

Did you know that Rebellin has a very functional dock application? Let me take this opportunity to introduce you to one of the finest docks available for Linux – Docky! Check out the screenshot below. In a moment I’ll tell you how you can add your favourite apps to this dock, just like I’ve done(…)

Installing CLI Companion in Adrenaline

CLI Companion is a nifty little app that will help you master the Linux command line with ease. It features a list of commonly used commands and an embedded terminal. The app lets you run terminal commands using its GUI. Fun way to learn commands with a GUI! The app is native to Ubuntu but(…)