Why do the less than 1% of people running Linux compared to other OS's always think that developers will seriously consider this? I definitely vote no, that would require a huge amount of resources for an insanely tiny segment of an already insanely tiny market.
yeh no poop. it always takes a lot of work to make a new program. You think it was easy for albleton to make it for windows?
I hate morons who give stoopid points. Its always gonna be hard, thats business. But surely Ableton have built up a decent amount of cash and can pay some people (who normally program for free) to make ableton work on Linux.
Its like saying making a Nintendo Wii is a stoopid idea because gaming companies will have to program to support the wii remote. NO SHIT ITS GONNA BE HARD!! If everything was made easy, id be recording with ableton on Linux right now.
also, where did u get 1% of OS users from and what users are u basing that on? Your average user on PC's doesn't record music. But the percentage that do have to pay for windows crap before being able to release any official recordings. Screw that, greedy windows hoobs. I think that the percentage of people recording are trying to find more efficient ways to record. Ableton is lovely but windows doesn't cut it.
Vista will never see the light of day on my pc or lappy. 345k to load explorer.exe is a joke.
but anyways, i can go on for hours about how bad windows is. Thats not entirely what this is about.