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I was going to install this program via Ubuntu and sadly it failed, I applied for advoate of this program so I can test it as it comes out.  I am registering the first licences on my dual boot Windows 10 PC but I do not want anyone to flag me as stealing if I register from multiple OS's (All will be from the same MAC on the NIC card, same IP, etc).  Is there anyway I won't get flagged if the registration and usage is from the same external IP (Maybe 2 if I use my VPN for work and forget to disable it).  You have a great product and I don't want to seem like I am giving my paid stuff away. 
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Ed Covney

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Where is Windows 10? Are Windows and Ubuntu side by side (separate partitions drives) or are you using software in Ubuntu to mark off a Windows partition (good luck!!) or Software under Windows to install an Ubuntu partition?
I'm a little curious, as to exactly what you're trying do do? Have you checked with one or more Ubuntu user groups?
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I'm not sure I fully follow your question?
However, you can install Camtasia on 2 computers legally.
You're  not supposed to run both computers at the same time.

So, if your installing it onto 1 computer twice,  with 2 separate operating systems.  I would count that as 2 computers. And consider what you're doing 100% legal.
In reality, you're only installing Camtasia on 1 Computer. More than once. To me, the legal definition of what your actually doing is blurred.

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