Call QuickLicense Runtime from 32 or 64-Bit Linux Software
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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.
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.
QuickLicense 8 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.