Hello, friends. In this post, you will learn how to install LibreCad on Ubuntu 22.04 | Linux Mint 21.
What is LibreCad?
According to the project website:
LibreCAD is a free Open Source CAD application for Windows, Apple and Linux. Support and documentation are free from our large, dedicated community of users, contributors and developers.
One of the main advantages of LibreCad is that it is free and therefore is used in educational or professional environments.
It’s available in over 30 languages with cross-platform support for macOS, Windows, and Linux. So many people worldwide can use it without too many problems.
With LibreCAD you can do many designs and all with a robust, open-source platform.
Install LibreCAD on Ubuntu 22.04 | Linux Mint 21
Fortunately, LibreCAD is present in the official repositories of Ubuntu 22.04 and therefore also in the repositories of Linux Mint 21. So, the installation is easy to do.
Open a terminal and update the system
sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade
And then, install LibreCAD with the following command
sudo apt install librecad
Once the process is finished, you can run it from the main menu.
Uninstall LibreCAD on Ubuntu 22.04 | Linux Mint 21
If you would rather not use it anymore, then you can remove it from the system with the following command
sudo apt remove librecad
Finally, refresh the whole system
sudo apt update
Then you will no longer have it in the system.
In this post, we helped you to discover an important utility like LibreCAD. This application allows us to make 2D drawings like other proprietary solutions. You also learned how to install it without too many problems.