How to install upstream kernel on debian testing

Sometimes you need to install the latest and greatest kernel image on you Debian testing installation. In most cases that is to support some newer hardware piece, or to get latest features. You have two choices here: You can either compile it from sources, or you can just take it from the Debian experimental repository. There are plenty guides online on how to build you kernel from sources, so we won’t go into it. Instead i will explain how you can grab a ready build from Debian and save all this time configuring and compiling kernel source code.

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How to install Android ADT Bundle with Eclipse on Debian x86_64

This is a very old post and you probably should not bee reading this, because it is deprecated. But if you insist, suit yourself.

Due to missing 32 bit libraries installation eclipse adt bundle fails to run on x64 Debian installation. This is how you can fix this:

How to install Android ADT Bundle dependencies:
  1. Download ADT Bundle from d.android.com
  2. Open terminal and run as root:

    sudo apt-get install openjdk-6-jdk ia32-libs lib32ncurses5 lib32stdc++6 
    unzip adt-bundle-linux-x86_64-20130219.zip</pre>
    

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