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Adobe Falls Out of Love with Linux

In the next couple of months Adobe is also supposed to stop supporting AIR for Linux

Adobe quietly stopped supporting the thinly used Linux desktop last June, a development noticed by only a few like a smarting IBM, which reportedly has - or at least had - 16,000 Linux desktops inside. In the next couple of months Adobe is supposed to stop supporting AIR for Linux even though some 35% of developers are supposed to fancy Linux. The Linux desktop may have captured 1%-2% of PCs worldwide. Seems Linux doesn't fit in with the mobile dislocation.

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Maureen O'Gara the most read technology reporter for the past 20 years, is the Cloud Computing and Virtualization News Desk editor of SYS-CON Media. She is the publisher of famous "Billygrams" and the editor-in-chief of "Client/Server News" for more than a decade. One of the most respected technology reporters in the business, Maureen can be reached by email at maureen(at)sys-con.com or paperboy(at)g2news.com, and by phone at 516 759-7025. Twitter: @MaureenOGara

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bernfarr 04/29/11 09:53:00 AM EDT

This is a big disappointment. If Adobe really wants to make AIR a serious cross-platform run-time environment they should be increasing the OSes it will run on. Alternately, open source the AIR player and let others port it for them. That could also ensure the security of the player improves.