This guide complements the installation guide, just giving the Linux-only stuff.


The whole app is only a single executable, that can be placed in anywhere, really.

If it refuses to execute, change the permission:

chmod +x SuCoS

However, you might want to execute it from any folder, so it needs to be in your PATH.

Move it to Linux bin

Move the SuCoS executable to either /usr/local/bin, /usr/bin, or /bin. Simple.

sudo mv ./SuCoS /usr/bin

Point the Sucos path

Instead moving

nano ~/.bash_profile

Add the following line at the end of the file:


Then reload

source ~/.bash_profile

Package Managers

Please note that we currently do not have any pre-built releases for repository packages such as pacman, apt or dnf neither package managers such as Snap or Flatpak.

However, we are continuously working to expand the installation options and plan to support package managers in the future.

A Linux user myself, I am particular interested in it - Bruno Massa, main dev