I recently set up my wife's laptop with Linux and there is a lot I like about that OS. I would be interested in going to Linux as well, but since Creative Suite has not been made available for Linux, that's the only thing stopping me from doing it.
I've seen in the past that there has been some ways to run CC apps on Linux but they're dated, and there hasn't been much else I've found on this issue. Is there a particular reason why Linux has not been supported by Adobe? I'm curious to know. There are a lot of people using Linux, not to mention many high-level people at major software companies who use it for their personal use, it would seem there should be a sizable stable market for Adobe to allow that.
Thank you for sharing that thread. THAT is what I wanted to see: where the real conversation about Linux has been. I figured there had to be a discussion here with a lot of points of view, and there it is.