Hello everyone! As some of you may know, Eclipse Luna appears to be broken for users of Kali Linux. There is a simple fix for that > Assuming that you have installed Eclipse Luna locate eclipse.ini `sudo nano eclipse.ini` add the following 2 lines before `--launcher.appendVmargs` --launcher.GTK_version 2 press `ctrl + x` then press `y` and finally press `Enter` That should fix it and you should be able to run eclipse. Now, next thing to do is we want to include Eclipse in Applications Menu for easier access or for dock users(like me on xfce) we can dock Eclipse. `sudo …

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Debian Linux is what you might call very, very flexible because it runs on nearly any hardware configuration, from Motorola chips to PowerPC to the x86 structure. So whatever your machine is Debian Linux can most likely run on it. However, because installation is so different between different setups, this tutorial is only going to concentrate on one chip: the x86 chip. How do you know if you have the x86 chip? That's pretty easy; if you are already running Windows then you've got an x86 chip. Other clues are if you see an Intel Pentium or AMD sticker on …

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