[CentOS] Adobe products under Linux?

Ross S. W. Walker rwalker at medallion.com
Tue Nov 27 23:30:52 UTC 2007


You could try crossover office, it's reported to work with several windows apps from adobe. Photoshop I believe works.

-Ross


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Sent: Fri Nov 23 17:03:10 2007
Subject: [CentOS] Adobe products under Linux?

Also sent to Codeweavers - [what is this list's insights?]

I have a 32 GB, dual quad-core desktop machine and was considering 32-bit 
Windows XP w/SP2, but discovered it only supports up to 4 GB RAM, so that idea 
is shot.

Next in line is 64-bit CentOS 5.   The major need for Windows would be very 
active use of Adobe Acrobat 8, Photoshop CS3, and Illustrator CS3.

There may also be the need to copy/transfer information among Matlab, 
Mathematica, and Microsoft-based applications, from Office 2003 to the 
above-mentioned ones.

Do you support these, and how complete is your product line for 64-bit CentOS 
5?

Based on your answer, I'll know whether to go with a virtual machine-based 
solution, which means a Windows VM, or can remain Linux-only, with your 
solution.

Thank you very much.

Scott
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