Stacer is an extremely powerful system monitoring tool. This tool is not only capable of doing the resource usage monitoring but it can also handle the removal of unnecessary files from your system. In this article, we will guide you through the installation method of Stacer on Linux Mint 20.
Install Stacer on Linux Mint 20:
We can easily install Stacer on a Linux Mint 20 system by executing the following steps on it:
Step # 1: Download Stacer from its Official Website:
First, we will download Stacer by going to the link mentioned below:
Once you will visit this link, you need to click on the file highlighted in the following image:
This will launch a download confirmation dialogue box on your screen. You need to select the “Save” option and then click on the “OK” button.
Just after a few minutes, Stacer will be downloaded successfully on your Linux Mint 20 system as shown in the image below:
Step # 2: Navigate to the Downloads directory of your System:
Now, you need to navigate to the “Downloads” directory of your system by issuing the terminal command that follows:
$ cd Downloads/
Step # 3: Update your System and Install Stacer on it:
After changing the path of your system’s terminal, you need to update your system and install Stacer on it by executing the following command:
$ sudo apt update && sudo apt install ./stacer_1.1.0_amd64.deb
The installation of this tool will complete on your system with the display of the messages shown in the image below on your terminal:
Step # 4: Launch Stacer from your System:
Finally, for launching Stacer from your system, you will have to click on the Mint Menu icon and search for Stacer. You will instantly be able to see the appropriate search result on which you will have to click to launch Stacer from your system.
The whole Stacer environment will look something like shown in the following image:
Remove Stacer from Linux Mint 20:
Stacer can be removed from your system by issuing the command shown below:
$ sudo apt-get purge --autoremove stacer
Stacer can be installed very conveniently by following this guide. Once this tool is installed on your system, it can easily be used for system monitoring and improving its performance and efficiency.
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.