December 19, 2012 · General · Email This Post

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Mundus is a small utility that can help you keep your /home folder clean. It keeps an internal database of known applications and folders, and automagically detects those apps that where uninstalled but left configuration files. Each supported application is also called a module, and each folder it describes is called a submodule.

Backups

There are two options to make backups before cleaning a directory.

Automatic

If the directory to clean is below the size limit, a backup will be automatically executed before the clean begins.

Manual

The alternative, just click the Backup button when selecting a submodule.

Install Mundus in ubuntu

Open the terminal and run the following commands

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sebikul/mundus-stable
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install mundus

Remove Mundus

Open the terminal and run the following commands

sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:sebikul/mundus-stable
sudo apt-get remove mundus
sudo apt-get update

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1 Comment to “Mundus Home Folder Cleaner”

  1. Tom says:

    I tried it. Intially I wanted something like this because Ubuntu Tweak was going to stop working on development. And I need something that will work as a good janitor app. Problem here with this app is that it cleans everything, and there is no option to save passwords, bookmarks, or anything else when you select Firefox. Yes, this would be great if your browser is hit with malware or something, but as a general upkeep and janitor app for firefox, be careful because this app will remove EVERYTHING. Passwords, all of your stuff will be deleted in Firefox, and similar apps. It would be better if this app would have warned me it was going to delete passwords and stuff before running it. Cool app, but needs to be more user friendly in it’s explaination of what it is doing when it cleans an app.

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