Protect and License Linux Desktop Software

QuickLicenseRT Linux

  Call QuickLicense Runtime from 32 or 64-Bit Linux Software
  Define Trial, Product, Floating or Subscription Licenses
  Create Combined Try/Buy License in One Application
  Support Offline or Automated Online Activation
  Enable License Release, Restore, Suspend or Reset
  Remotely Enable Additional Features in Activated Software
  Extend Expired Time or Execution Limited Licenses with a Code
  Access and Customize Licensing Features from Programming API
  Distribute Unlimited Protected Products, Royalty-Free
  Standardize Licensing on Mac, Windows, Linux or Mobile
  Make USB Dongle Enabled Software When Used with MakeDongle

    Looking for a Linux Application DRM solution?

    The QuickLicenseRT executable on Linux implements the QuickLicense system. A developer configures license types, features and the activation process with QuickLicense running on a Mac or Windows computer, then outputs a Ticket file to define that license.

    Add a few lines of code to the Linux application to bind it to the QuickLicenseRT executable and Ticket file. Use manual activation with a computer unique Activation Code, online Serial Number activation or a USB dongle.

System Requirements:

    QuickLicenseRT Linux supports all major 32-Bit and 64-Bit Linux OS distributions including Ubuntu, Debian, OpenSUSE, Fedora, CentOS and Linux Mint on an x86 computer architecture. Learn more about Linux OS Requirements.

    QuickLicense 9 users can request a free Demo edition of QuickLicenseRT Linux. The package includes the User Guide and SendMessage test application to try all license types and features without writing any code.

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