In this tutorial, We will show you how to install Gaucho on Ubuntu systems.
Gaucho is an open-source, customizable task launcher to run your apps, commands or scripts.
Gaucho allows you to configure your commands once and run them in a non-intrusive interface.
With Gaucho, You can create, modify and run tasks with a simple graphical interface.
Install Gaucho on Ubuntu
Just follow the steps below to install it on Ubuntu:
- Update your system packages as follow:
apt update -y && apt upgrade -y
- Gaucho package is not available on Ubuntu 20.04 repository by default, so download the Gaucho from the GitHub page as follows:
- Then install Gaucho by running the command below:
sudo apt install ./Gaucho_Linux_1.0.1.deb
Also you can install it using snap manager by running the following commands:
sudo apt install snapd -y sudo snap install gaucho
- Access Gaucho Task Manager on Ubuntu by searching on Gaucho on the search bar then launch it as shown below in the screenshot:
You have successfully installed Gaucho. enjoy running your apps with tasks