I am the developer of a Java software application that helps people learn Chinese. I sell it to Windows and Mac users on my website. I've had a number of requests from Linux users for a Linux version of the software.
Because it is Java-based, the program does run on Linux machines, and I include instructions on my website for making it work. If I wanted to sell a Linux / Ubuntu distribution package for my software on my website so people could install and launch it more easily, what would be the easiest way to do this?
I am not a Linux user myself (yet), but I would like to make my software readily available to Linux users. My software is not free, but it is modestly priced, and seems to be pretty popular with Windows and Mac users.
Any suggestions would be most welcome.