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.
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.
Alexander Freese commented
I don't understand how DaVinci Resolve can support all platforms and Adobe can not. I just don't like the argument "it isn't a simple thing to do", macOS uses POSIX and Linux too, so there shouldn't be any CPU problems. I can even play GPU demanding games and the developers didn't even care about "Linux Gaming". And "testing against several of the major flavours", just consider Arch for rolling release, Ubuntu for Debian based, and REHL or Fedora. I know 3 is a high number, but in the end, Linux is Linux, and the only thing that is to be considered is Kernel version, and GPU driver version.
Jordan EIsman commented
How about fixing this application so it works correctly on the two platforms is been on, instead of worrying about making it work with another OS.
Sheesh its 2020- and editors are still walking away from their workstations on shows I AE because premiere will crash for no reason at all 4-5 x a day
how about fixing the missing waveforms.
shaking my head.
Peter Bakic commented
Adobe needs to port all their applications to Linux before someone else publishes a viable, or perhaps better alternative for Linux.There is already DaVinci Resolve, and plenty of others attempting just that. Do you want to fail together with MS, Adobe? Nothing is forever, and you are stubbornly keeping all your eggs in one (OK, two, but Apple is switching its focus to content creation and away from computers) basket.
Personally, I am too experienced and knowledgeable to use Windows 10 on my own computers. With Windows 7 quickly becoming ancient history, that leaves me with LInux as the only alternative (Mac OS is not an option for my needs for various reasons). I am already looking at alternatives to Adobe, but would much rather simply use Adobe products on Linux.
Luisangel Marcia commented
I would definetely like Linux over Windows. Please, do a creative cloud ported on linux!
Thomas Höß commented
I would absolutely be switching back from Affinity to Adobes Subscription if this would happen, just because it would then be the only option on linux and i would finally be able to switch.
Mingqian Li commented
There will be at least 30,000,000 computers in China switching from Windows to what they call "Chinese operating systems", or "Domestic operating systems" (Chinese Linux distributions). Just in 2019 alone, the software market went from the state where almost none of them supports the Linux operating system to the state where almost 50 percent of the Chinese Softwares are available and officially supporting Linux. There are a lot of demands for Adobe and similar products in the Chinese market.
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marcus lee commented
I SUPER AGREE!
Gabriel Oliveira commented
Thomas Häny commented
I agree 100%
Error 303 commented
The adobe creative cloud is the only thing holding me back from completly switshing to linux, pleas bring adobe to linux so i can get rid of my dual boot
It could be the rain b4 the flood.. millions of people might turn to ubtuntu linux or whateva because theyll have everything they need in one place and then microsoft can finally get the point that bloaty spyware sux. But also it could be the tipping point for wider spread adoption which leads to more support and apps and yeah. Adobe could literally be the thingi that makes linux huge.. like market share wise. It would force apple and microsoft to adapt and become better. Gaming and photo/video editing is all that holds people to windows bloat and crapOS. Itd be great for schools too.. my school is offering coding courses and they run on linux on arch and the puppy one i think and ubuntu.
I created an adobe id just to write this comment and be able to vote but theres thousands of people who wont.
So yeah.. DEWIT!!! :)
Henrique Guerra commented