You can load it in the Gimp (using rawphoto plugin) but it will be converted to 8-bit image. It is not possible to work with 16bit/channel images in the Gimp now. But you can try Cinepaint which can edit up to 32 bit per channel. It is derived from the Gimp but has a little old fashioned interface.
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