If you have a large market but everyone in the market is a moron and
will be calling you for tech support, your going to make less money
than a smaller market where everyone is an expert and nobody is calling
you for tech support.  What is double plus good is that there's
experts floating around in the small market who will do your support for
you, including writing your drivers, all you have to do is supply
a minimal set of programming interface docs.  This is a far cry from
Windows where you have to write and debug the driver and pay Microsoft
a lot of money to get it certified.

As for attention from Adobe, doesen't it bother you to use a free OS
merely as a platform for running commercial software?  How about
ditching the commercial software completely and using free open
source tools on the free OS?  That's what FreeBSD is all about, honey.

can't be told clearer :)
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