6
tktktk
20d

Been running windows in a virtualbox on my Ubuntu cause folks at Adobe didn't think Linux users were important enough ugghhhh

Comments
  • 6
    If you want adobe products and the benefits of unix you ought to have a Mac 🤷🏼‍♂️
  • 5
    Because they aren't
  • 6
    A Linux using willing to pay for something (that isn't a game on steam)... Hmm, yes.
  • 7
    @jespersh I pay for my GoLand IDE, am I a sinner?
  • 1
    Make a dual boot hackintosh. r/hackintosh has a lot of good info.
  • 0
    Bc it's not worth the effort necessary. Like @jespersh, Linux users don't wanna pay for shit bc they'll just screech that there's already an open source alternative.
  • 2
    @Stuxnet There usually is, and it’s usually worse. But I can modify the source and make it do anything I want, and that’s just amazing.
  • 1
    @Root Correct.

    Just pointing out making non-critical proprietary software for Linux is pointless bc almost nobody is gonna use it
  • 6
    @Stuxnet Debatable; depends on target markets.

    But ideally, devs should write software with cross-platform in mind by default — just like with multiplayer in games. Both are a nightmare to “add in” support for later because they require rewriting so much of the foundation.
  • 0
    Depending in the product, the are a few (pretty good) alternatives though.
    The ones i know:

    Adobe Premiere Pro -> DaVinci Resolve

    Adobe Photoshop -> Krita
Add Comment