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Getting Stanford’s “Karel the Robot” to Run in Debian’s Eclipse

The instructions and files available from the website are only available for Windows and Macintosh platforms. The process is not that hard, but if you’re new to Java and Eclipse, you’ll likely be thrown by this. I couldn’t find any documentation on how to do this after extensive searching, so here it is. More here

I can get away with this because I really already know how to do programming, so CS106A is strictly review for me in terms of theory. However, Java is pretty much completely new territory for me, as is the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment (IDE) used in the classroom demonstrations.

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