Adobe and Maya are the only two things stopping me from using FreeBSD full time
If security is an issue, you can try a drm module in the kernel that encrypts data two ways using a dongle or cpu extentions, not hard to block stuff when you have discreet access to the cpu i think, im just getting started in kernel development
Come on, Mac's arent powerful enough and UNIX has a terminal, plus desktop managers. It's for creativity, and can help in the workplace if implemented correctly, I'd personally love to use UNIX at work but I'm probably alone on that
Account management, Activation, Billing, Creative Cloud, Feature request, New user
The last I heard, in a completely unofficial manner and also quite a few years ago, Adobe has no plans to port any of its products to Unix. There's not enough of a user base to support the investment.
(NB: I believe I heard this when Adobe dropped support for the UNIX and later the Apple versions of FrameMaker. Creative Cloud obviously runs on both Apple and Windows, but FrameMaker still runs only on Windows.)
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