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.
Marcell January commented
Its a dream for linux users. Please! Adobe in Linux!!
techZoNe . commented
Linux lover Adobe users too
Horacio Gargiulo Álvarez commented
Yes please: Pr, Ae, Ai,Id, Ps, Au....
Gus Cantieni commented
I don't think you would have to get it working perfectly on all major flavors. You could just give official support for one (e.g. Ubuntu) and communities would figure out how to port. This is quite needed, it would be a good investment for the future.
Daniel Cory commented
The world would literally change, and send Microsoft to it's knees if this one thing was implemented.
Hasan Al-Ammori commented
The only app I keep virtualbox for is Photoshop. Maybe, finally time to change that?
Lester Barrows commented
I'd absolutely move my photo and video editing workflows to Linux given the opportunity. Adobe CC apps are the only reason I keep macOS X around, I use Linux-based alternatives where possible. It isn't always possible... Yet.
Jorge Lega commented
Adobe please make your software for linux! I will pay you more money
Trevor Asquerthian commented
Please let us hide this unnecessary (for 99% of users) feature request
Pedro Saliba commented
Konstantin Reinhart commented
Blender is available on linux and it is already a game changer. Might be an alternative for Motion Graphics in the future.
Blackmagic Fusion/ Nuke runs on linux and uses heavily GPU.
So I don't understand it either that Adobe doesn't support it.
I must say that Adobe is lucky that there is nothing comparable on the market nowadays. It would loose a lot of users when something will come. That's for sure.
Alex Nolasco commented
Yes, this would be great. It's 2020, perhaps in the year 2035? That's a lot of lunar eclipses ;-)
AAM Agricultural Asset Management commented
I would also appreciate the ability to use Adobe Creative Cloud products on Linux.
James Singleton commented
I moved to Linux Mint when Microsoft tried to jam Win10 down my throat. Now that Win7 has come to End Of Support, I've loaded a trimmed down version of Win10 on a dual boot Linux machine just so that I can run LightRoom and PhotoShop. But for all the hassle, I think I'm just ready to learn another system and leave Windows and Adobe. Would love to see Adobe make it easier to dump Windows all together though.
Stephenie Vee Siegmann commented
Oh, one could use Wine and then install whatever Creative Cloud application... NOT!
Guys it is very late foro you please get these Linux ports going.
Jake Wilson commented
Most people won't switch to linux because of gaming and adobe products. Valve & Google hae made a big push for linux so now it's your turn adobe! I know too many people that want to switch because they're sick of windows but they can't because they use your software for their jobs
Robert Stacks commented
Moving to Linux Mint here but still duel booting windows because of software needs like this one. Please make a port. Thanks!
JOSE Mir commented
I use Gimp, Darktable, Krita, Inkscape, Kdenlive, Cinelerra and others, I do not need more Adobe, I get tired of waiting for Adobe executives to remember Linux users, when they react it will be too late and that will be his punishment.
Raviteja Lokineni commented
I do not have Windows on my laptop, I single boot Ubuntu only and by not having a Linux port you're pushing me to use Windows.
It would be great to see Linux Support.
Bijoy Sarawan commented
I fully support this. Maybe Adobe on a Linux OS will finally solve most the bugs we've experienced.