So I thought I would put together my first How-To, if there is anything that doesn't work for you, or if I need to clarify something, please tell me.
I have manually tried this script on three individual installs of Bodhi Linux 1.0.0, it worked on all of them. (Even on an old Pentium III processor with 1000MHz and a lousy graphics card. I just had to put all the settings to the lowest possible.)
The first thing you do is to install 7zip and Java Runtime Environment like so:
sudo apt-get install p7zip-full openjdk-6-jre
Then you just run these commands one at a time:
wget http://www.runescape.com/downloads/runescape.msi?210604 -O $HOME/runescape.msi 7z e -o$HOME/rs_client $HOME/runescape.msi 7z e -o$HOME/rs_client/cabfile $HOME/rs_client/rslauncher.cab mkdir -p $HOME/runescape/bin mv $HOME/rs_client/cabfile/JagexAppletViewerJarFile.* $HOME/runescape/bin/jagexappletviewer.jar mkdir $HOME/runescape/images mv $HOME/rs_client/cabfile/JagexAppletViewerPngFile $HOME/runescape/images/jagexappletviewer.png
Then you should be good to go. Launch RuneScape with this command:
/usr/bin/java -Djava.class.path="$HOME/runescape/bin/jagexappletviewer.jar" -Dcom.jagex.config=$'\x68\x74\x74\x70://\x77\x77\x77.runescape.\x63\x6f\x6d/k=3/l=en/jav_config\x2e\x77\x73' jagexappletviewer $USERNAME/runescape/images
Alternatively, you can create a launcher. First run this command in a terminal:
echo /usr/bin/java -Djava.class.path="$HOME/runescape/bin/jagexappletviewer.jar" -Dcom.jagex.config=$'\x68\x74\x74\x70://\x77\x77\x77.runescape.\x63\x6f\x6d/k=3/l=en/jav_config\x2e\x77\x73' jagexappletviewer $USERNAME/runescape/images
Then left click your iBar/shelf, select New Icon, and copy/paste the output of the command above to the “Application” line. For Name/Description, I use the same as when you run RuneScape in a browser:
Name: RuneScape - MMORPG
Description: The No.1 Online Multiplayer Game
Then save this image to whatever location you want.
I saved it under
/usr/share/icons/MaXo-ReMiX/apps/runescape.png since that's where all of the other icons in my icon set is.
Press the Icon tab in New Desktop Entry Editor (the window for configuring your icon) and browse to the location of the icon, then press Apply and OK/Close.
Original article by Timmy