Linux Trial installed Unlicensed


I am a new user who is testing out Duplicacy for the first time. I have downloaded the Linux x64 executable file and was able to follow the Guide for initial configuration. However when I attempt to run a backup the program reports that it is Unlicensed.

The download page states that the trial license should be automatically applied and I did not see any steps in the guide for applying a trial license manually. I am unsure how to proceed, is there something I am missing?

OS: Pop-OS 22.04 LTS
GNOME Ver: 42.4

I found the following forum post which describes a similar situation: No licence (neither trial nor paid) working

  • Here they opted to try to apply a personal license after having the same issue and then were unable to also apply the personal license
  • They were able to resolve by installing ca-certificates to their OS. I confirmed ca-certificates is already installed in my environment.

@pop-os:~$ sudo apt install ca-certificates
[sudo] password for chris:
Reading package lists… Done
Building dependency tree… Done
Reading state information… Done
ca-certificates is already the newest version (20211016).

Thank you for your time.

I was able to resolve the issue and complete my first backup.

This issue was caused by a bad localhost entry in the /etc/hosts file.

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