Add Linux Support
It would be great if the Adobe Apps were fully cross-platform compatible. We already have Mac support so the precedent further *Nix OS support seems reasonable. This would help me immensely as this barrier is the ONLY thing that keeps me tied to both Mac OS and Windows in addition to Ubuntu. Currently I have to deal with either:
1. A shoddy WINE installation of the aging CS6 apps
2. A windows VM which is painful for the type of development work I do around Illustrator
This would also lead to some further cost / performance benefits with the systems I work on too, as those are currently locked to Windows enviros which are costly in-and-of themselves.
Ernesto Ordoñez commented
As others mentioned here and in the forums, Adobe is nowadays the only thing keeping us stuck on Windows, an antiquated OS that thrives on collecting user information and hindering performance on non-partner systems (AMD, for example).
Libine Azevedo commented
Adobe is the only thing still keeping me stuck to windows too. Not even the games I loved to play on steam are incompatible anymore with the addition of protondb... Making it so that windows games just run on Linux.
I wonder if that could also be used for compatibility too. Or if something similar could be done for Adobe software.
The Open Source Design community is growing, and TBH its been a giant blocker for us, that our colleagues on Linux can't ever use/access our files. Like, even a rudimentary ability to edit things in CC Web, would be helpful.
I would also love to move to 100% Linux, and don't understand why you guys refuse to support it. It's not like we'd expect Adobe to publish free versions of Creative Cloud, we'd pay the same as everyone else.
Adson Cicilioti commented
YEP!! Linux is the Future!