License, Linux

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  1. Steven Bixby
    Steven Bixby avatar
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    Sep 2008

    Posted 06 Aug 2020 Link to this post

    I use Telerik RadAjax/ASP under windows, and now I'm working on projects under Linux.

    I've signed into Telerik.com under my licensed user ID, and I've used npm to download KendoReact modules; so far (in one day), everything works fine.   But -- all of the Telerik website views keep telling me I need to "Start Free Trial" as if there's some kind of licensing checks in place.

    I will likely make sure my application can run under Windows too, but for the most part I'm using Linux the vast majority of the time, except when I do some maintenance on my RadAjax/ASP.NET application.

    Of course, I don't want to spend days building up my application and then run into some kind of issues.

    So -- is there something I need to under Linux other than using npm to download KendoReact modules?   

  2. Stefan
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    Posted 07 Aug 2020 Link to this post

    Hello, Steven,

    KendoReact works under Linux, even some of our developers are using Linux to develop it.

    The Start Free Trial is a static message and it is not connected to the active license. The team is working on fixing that as I completely understand that it is strange to see Start free trial when you already have a valid license.

    Currently, no credentials are needed to use the component, the license is for legal reasons.

    We had a private registry before but it created many inconveniences, and we made it available for download until we find a way to add the login step without making the process inconvenient for our users.

    I can confirm that you have a valid license for KendoReact and can use it under Linux, Window, and macOS.

    Regards,
    Stefan
    Progress Telerik

  3. Steven Bixby
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    Sep 2008

    Posted 07 Aug 2020 in reply to Stefan Link to this post

    Good to know, thank you!
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