Live for Linux

Our native player for Linux, brought to you by our Development Team.


Built for Live


Our community player for enthusiasts!

Connects to the Live CMS, Self-Hosted or Cloud hosted, but see our road map for current status before making your choice. Supported by the development team, contributions welcome!


Simple, Affordable Plans


Our cost effective Plans include access to Live for Linux and are the simplest way to get up and running with Live.

Choose from Professional, Business or Enterprise plans, to enjoy all the benefits of a Cloud Hosted Live CMS along with the Live for Windows player and 5 star rated helpdesk support and service to meet your business needs.

All for as little as $50* a month.

(*) per display / Professional Plan / T&Cs apply.





If you are looking for hardware that’s compatible with the Live for Windows player, there are plenty of suggestions in our Community Forum.

Live for Windows requires a PC running Windows 10 or later. See our Live for Windows Installation Guide for more information.


Excellent Support


With a comprehensive Knowledge Base, you have all the tools you need to get the most out of Live.

If you do require a little help, Our simple to use Plans all offer Help Desk support through our highly rated Customer Support team. Need SLA based support? Consider our Business or Enterprise plans.

The Help Desk is open 8AM to 4:30PM GMT/ BST.


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Got questions about the Live CMS? Check out top FAQ’s and if you still can’t find what you are looking for, visit our Community or Contact Us.


What hardware can Live for Linux run on?

We recommend a device with 4GB RAM, and a graphics card well supported by Linux, and an i3 or better CPU.

Can Live for Linux be white-labelled?

No, there’s currently no white-labelling products for Live for Linux.

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