Installing the tool

First thing you need to do is install Java. Either use your distribution's version of Java 17+, or please refer to Oracle's website for how to install Java 17. You can check that you ready when the command:

java -version

shows something like

openjdk version "17.0.7" 2023-04-18
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (build 17.0.7+7-Ubuntu-0ubuntu122.04.2)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 17.0.7+7-Ubuntu-0ubuntu122.04.2, mixed mode, sharing)

That's all you need for Adama to work. Once Java is working, you can download the latest jar using wget download directly from production (note: it requires a reasonable connection speed or it will timeout)


or (if you lack wget)

curl -fSLO

Then, you can run the jar to validate it runs. The help is discoverable such that you can probe the tool via

java -jar adama.jar

The next step is to initialize your developer account.