We’re glad you’ve found the best MongoDB GUI for Linux, Studio 3T.
Studio 3T is distributed as a gzipped tarball (.tar.gz). This can be unpacked at the command line or using system utilities such as Archive Manager. The tarball contains a runnable .sh file that launches the installer for Studio 3T. Using this, you can install Studio 3T to your desired location and create a desktop shortcut to launch Studio 3T.
For example, to install Studio 3T from the command line, simply open your shell and cd to the directory where the gzipped tarball (.tar.gz) was downloaded. There, unpack and run the Studio 3T installer.
For the 64-bit version of Studio 3T:
$ tar -xvzf studio-3t-linux-x64.tar.gz
For the 32-bit version of Studio 3T:
$ tar -xvzf studio-3t-linux-x86.tar.gz
Once you’re done installing our MongoDB GUI on Linux, read our Getting Started guide. Then jump right into using its time-saving features like Visual Query Builder, Table View, and Aggregation Editor – just to name a few 🙂
And just in case you haven’t downloaded Studio 3T yet, here’s another chance: