QuickLicense running on either Mac or Windows is used to define a license and generate a Ticket file. On Mac or Windows, a protected application is created by applying that Ticket file with the AddLicense wrapping tool or inserting code into the application to call the QuickLicense runtime API directly.
On Linux, only the API approach is supported. The same Ticket file can be used on any platform. The QuickLicense runtime for Linux is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit executables.
QuickLicenseRT Linux is developed with Xojo. Linux OS requirements for QuickLicenseRT Linux are the same as other Xojo desktop applications so online help information may be applicable.
With Mac or Windows computers, the OS is more standardized. With Linux, there are multiple OS distributions. The process to install the OS and libraries required by applications will vary with each OS distribution and that burden falls on the user.
Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Linux are supported.