Gone are the days when you especially needed to depend on an architect for finding out how your future home will look like once it is built. Sweet Home 3D is such a magical tool that lets you design your house three dimensionally right according to your needs and once the whole idea is ready, you can actually view it in 3D format for making further modifications. You can then carry on with this design for actually building your house. Moreover, this software is also very useful for the architects who can use this tool for automating their manual tasks. In this guide, we will learn to install the Sweet Home 3D application on a Linux Mint 20 system.
Method of Installing Sweet Home 3D on Linux Mint 20:
For having the Sweet Home 3D application installed on a Linux Mint 20 machine, you just need to follow the steps discussed below:
Step # 1: Installing Sweet Home 3D on Linux Mint 20:
We can install the Sweet Home 3D application on Linux Mint 20 from the Snap Store by running the following command:
$ sudo snap install sweethome3d-homedesign
The output shown below indicates that Sweet Home 3D has been installed successfully on our Linux Mint 20 system.
Step # 2: Launching Sweet Home 3D on Linux Mint 20:
Then, for launching the Sweet Home 3D application on Linux Mint 20, we need to look for it in the search bar present inside the Mint Menu and click on the highlighted result:
The loading interface of Sweet Home 3D is shown in the following image:
Moreover, the image given below shows how the Sweet Home 3D application looks like on a Linux Mint 20 system:
Method of Removing Sweet Home 3D from Linux Mint 20:
Now, for removing the Sweet Home 3D application from Linux Mint 20, you just need to run the following command:
$ sudo snap remove sweethome3d-homedesign
When you will follow this guide, you will realize how easy it is to install the Sweet Home 3D application on a Linux Mint 20 system. After installing this application, you can conveniently design your house right according to your choice.
Karim Buzdar holds a degree in telecommunication engineering and holds several sysadmin certifications including CCNA RS, SCP, and ACE. As an IT engineer and technical author, he writes for various websites.