Tasker is not available for Linux but there are some alternatives that runs on Linux with similar functionality. The best Linux alternative is UI.Vision RPA, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 25 alternatives to Tasker and six of them are available for Linux so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Linux alternatives to Tasker are Actiona (Free, Open Source), Repeat (Free, Open Source), Flic (Free) and Eonza (Free, Open Source).
Open-source task and test automation tool and Selenium IDE. The UI.Vision RPA software is a browser extension that can do desktop automation as well! Use it for web automation, form filling, screen scraping and Robotic Process Automation (RPA).
Actiona (formerly known as Actionaz) is a task automation tool. It allows you to create and execute action lists. You don't need to know any programming language to use it: its intuitive interface allows you to create action lists (scripts) using drag & drop.
Repeat is a full-fledged, Java mouse/keyboard record/replay and automation hotkeys/macros creation using modern programming languages, and more advanced automation features. Working across three major OSes: Windows, OSX, and Linux.
Create shortcuts to your favorite actions, such as home automation, smart phone features such as alarms, sending emails, playing sounds, controling music. Ever growing list of supported integrations, such as LIFX, Philips Hue, WeMo and more.
Eonza is a program for creating and managing scripts. It is a free, open source cross-platform program for working with scripts and automating actions on the computer. It does not require installation (portable by default): save the program to any directory and run it.
pypyr is an open source task-runner for automation pipelines. pypyr lets you script sequential tasks in a simple yaml format with conditional execution, loops, error handling and retries for any step in your pipeline.