Yes, please support Linux. This would be a huge milestone. Thanks...
after looking into both technical viability and current market needs, it’s unfortunately become obvious that we’re not going to be able to act on this request in the near future.
I wanted thank everyone for the considerate and passionate discussion on this thread. This has been a great example of a meaningful conversation over a controversial subject that I don’t take for granted.
nazrul islam commented
Tashi Hope commented
Classic Adobe - the most voted issue ever on here and we are ignored as usual. They don't care about their professional user base, more interested in gen z youtubers and supporting video from the latest iphone
GUIDO ANDRES BARBIERI commented
Honestly, I decided for the time being to stop supporting Adobe, will unsuscribe from Creative Cloud in September and start using DaVinci Resolve on Linux for the time being, I will get subscribed again once they release a Linux version of Creative Cloud, will support Blackmagic Design for the time being.
liczba pi commented
I know many photographs that need to dualboot windows only for adobe products. Please change that :(
Xavier Tournemouli commented
A lot of users have a dual boot machine because Adobe's softs !! yes 90% of computers running with windows but all windows users are photographs !
If I could have lightroom on my linux system, I could kick out my windows partition ! and I'm not alone un that case.
I like windows, it is not a problem, but I would to be on 100% Linux
You provide software for MACOS X which is an BSD/UNIX distros , so technically, to switch en linux is very easy
The problem, I Think, is the open source licence. Is that ? if you publish Lightroom/Photoshop (or others) on linux, do you actualy have to provide source codes ?
Mike Lopez commented
Sty Alusa commented
Kindly support Adobe Creative Cloud on linux.
GUIDO ANDRES BARBIERI commented
Having Linux support for Premiere Pro and the rest of the Adobe Suite would be amazing, I wouldn't have to use WIndows ever again, and that would be a blessing.
Luis Franjoso commented
The only reason I still use windows is because of Adobe
Dario Lopes commented
would be a dream come true
takashi fukasawa commented
Let me also participate in your meaningful opinions. The only reason I continue to use Windows is that Adobe products are not officially available on Linux.
Expanding the development environment for Adobe products will be a major move towards the move to Linux. I would like you to consider it.
Carl Southern commented
Just here to add my voice to the din. I would love to see CC on Linux. I use Pop!OS on my home machine and Windows as my work and school machine. I would love to be able to consolidate to a single machine.
Cory Lineberger commented
With the Steam Deck coming out next year, it would be awesome to have a Linux native version of CC. It would really make the Deck the perfect portable gaming and productivity PC. Yes I could install Windows on it, but... Why? To decrease the performance? No thank you. Trust me, Linux is going to have a much larger userbase and demand for CC on Linux will be much higher this time next year
Victor Masson commented
please premiere for linux
Ghachem Bey Najah Souleimane commented
Declined? but why though, with all these upvotes?
saman yadgar commented
We all want preimere pro and the other adobe apps on Linux!
Pouyan Hosseini commented
Please make a native linux version of premiere, Or if you dont plan to do so, please create a windows installer for premiere that would work on wine
MesumHussain Hussain commented
With Chrome OS integrating with Linux to provide more functionality and companies like System 76, Pine, JIngLing, etc. coming along, it's clearly evident that Linux is going to be big in the consumer market in probably 6 to 7 years down the line. By underestimating the Linux community, Adobe is going to miss a great opportunity. Not to mention the growth on Chrome book market share in 2020 due to lockdown. Also, the trend of laptop + tab is going nowhere anytime in the near future..... Apple has implemented it flawlessly in the new iPad. But for the rest of the world, Windows is not a good option..... I personally think people would prefer a Linux laptop+tab with android app integration like Chrome OS or JingOS is doing. If I were Adobe I would have never taken such a stupid decision.
Nevermind.....If Adobe is not going to do anything, somebody will definitely come up with a good open source alternative which is better than Adobe (once they realize the demand). Probably I will only do it (in the open source world, I am not alone.....if it is difficult to make Adobe like software for Linux, then we also have thousands of very smart contributors.....we just need someone with a vision to start the project, and once that is done, there will be no place for Adobe).
Dunk Master commented
I use many Adobe products and it's the only thing keeping me from switching to Linux, however if they don't start supporting Linux by the time that Windows 10 hits end of life and Microsoft tries to force Windows 11 on me, I will have to stop using Adobe programs, and find some alternatives.
Jake Wilson commented
With the new launch of the steam deck and more and more appearance of user friendly operating systems based on Linux porting the Creative Cloud over would be an even greater leap forward for the Linux community. I also believe this would be beneficial to Adobe in general. I know even with all this hype around Linux it may still seem like a gamble to invest resources to make a port for it. However when I talk to most people that use adobe products just as a hobby or for school work or even for youtube, they pirate it. Adobe products have become very easy to pirate now a days but making a push for Linux will get people to try it out and realize it's a brand new system and they won't know how to pirate it, making it more convenient to just pay for it.