Monday, 31 March 2014

Installing Cheese

Cheese is an open source application that allows Linux users to access their webcam device and take pictures or created videos with funny effects. It is mostly used under the GNOME desktop environment. The application has no binary packages for a specific Linux distribution, only a source archive that allows advanced users to configure, compile and install it under any Linux-based operating system.


Before you install Cheese, make sure that you do update kali linux by running apt-get update command. For more please click here, if you didn't added repository.

1. Open terminal and type apt-get install cheese.

Allowing it by typing Y to continue dependency of the package.

2. Once Cheese is installed successfully, check the installed package from the menu list. Click on Applications--> Sound & Video--> Cheese to open the application.