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.
Johnny McNeil commented
The only thing preventing me from switching to Linux is the fact that the Creative Cloud is not supported. I feel held back by Adobe at the moment
daniel moretti commented
I don't care if I have to pay an additional fee for the linux version, but please make one, this will be a milestone in a huge upcoming technological change
Christian Dissen commented
As a designer I work with the CC everyday and rely on your products. I really like them!
BUT it's painful regarding Windows software OR Apple Hardware.
These two big companies are force feeding everyone their outdated ways of what customers should tolerate. Crapy and stiff software or crapy and stiff hardware.
LINUX = customised hard- and software = the next generation
jordan eisman commented
They cant even build a stable version for Mac OS. and you think they are gonna devote resources to Linux?> to the 6 or 7 users who use linux to edit video? yea sure..
why dont you guys fix bugs and stop adding stuff>? why dont you allow users access to previous versions that actually work, instead do forcing them to upgrade so you can justify a spike in monthly cc fees.
JUAN MATA GONZALEZ commented
Tadhg Boyle commented
Literally the only thing holding me back from Linux is Adobe, would be a god send if we got this ported
ANSELMO RIKER II commented
This is a point important, PhotoShop for Linux, it's a good idea.
Сергей Серебряков commented
I love Linux but I can't use it.
I use Windows 10 because I need Adobe Illustrator working. I'm sad :(
Italo Lima commented
Kirill Pleshakov commented
You definitely should put a reasonable price for Adobe suite for Linux. Cause it definitely will make the World faster! =)
Maximilian Quoß commented
I want the creative suite for linux so bad.. I'm forced to use windows ONLY because of Adobe.
PLS! I wanna ditch windows and go full linux, but I can't.
Andrea Pappacoda commented
I always used Premiere, but after my recent switch to Linux I found myself forced to try Resolve.
Don't get me wrong, that's a good piece of software, but I think Premiere Pro was just a little better, and it would be awesome if I could use it again.
Nicholas Ragan commented
We should assemble a team of developers and create a solution ourselves. There are hints windows may create a new kernel in Linux and ditch their current OS. it would kind if rub me the wrong way if Adobe then decided to create a product that worked with linux. We should just create an open source project on github!? Any takers?
My current set up, using Windows Sub System for Linux works fairly well (best of both worlds) but i have no use for Windows in general, outside of Adobe.
Mr. ExillustX commented
Do it already
Jonathan Halchak commented
Adobe CC is probably one of the only things that keeps forcing me back to windows.
Royce Whitaker commented
If you support linux I will drop windows in a heartbeat.
Kirill Pleshakov commented
Yes, you are the only thing keeping me loosing my time on PC
Ray LaPointe commented
please support linux. I use lightroom in a windows virtual machine on linux.. not ideal. Holding a windows license for the only reason of using lightroom is putting extra cost on Adobe's customers needlessly. It's about good customer care. Adobe charges a premium for products, and I as a customer expect premium support. It's not "if you build it they will come". We are already here waiting for you to build it.
Gerson Tavares commented
Oh God, please building a version for Linux!
I cannot stress this enough... Adobe NEEDS to be on Linux. There's a growing population of people who all want to switch over to Linux but the only two things really holding them back is Adobe and gaming. We love our Photoshop. We love our Premiere Pro. We love it all. We also love Steam, Origin (kind of), Epic Games, etc. Steam has made great strides in making gaming viable on Linux and we're sure more will come. Linux is definitely gaining traction. Please help pave that way. It would be greatly appreciated.