Quick guide to setting up JOGL in Eclipse to get you on your way.
sudo apt-get install libjogl-jni libjogl-java libjogl-java-doc
Adding JOGL to an Eclipse Project:
Open an existing project or create a new one. Right click on the project and select Build Path -> Configure Build Path or from the project menu: Project-> Properties -> Java Build Path.
Under the libraries tab: Add External Jars…
For JOGL and GLUT you will want to go to /usr/share/java and add jogl.jar and gluegen-rt.jar to project. You will also want to link the jar files to their native libraries and javadoc locations.
You can define a user library with all of this information, so whenever you want to create a project that uses JOGL, you can just add your library.
Window -> Preferences -> Java -> Build Path -> User Libraries -> New…
You can add the jars, native libraries and javadoc the same way, and then save it. Then when you create a new project, under configure build path, you can add a user-defined library.
Happy gl object passing