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I'm trying to get a 64bit version of photoshop to work on Ubuntu 11.10. The problem is that Wine comes as 32 bit by default and I can only use the 32bit version of photoshop. Is it possible to install Wine64 and have a 64 bit version of Photoshop working under linux? Has anyone done this before that could give some insight?


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You will need to build wine64 for your system (I'm unsure of a packaged version of it). Take a look at this link for info on building it.

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As far as I know, after CS3 they modify the the answer from me is no.

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What?, CS3 modifies the MBR? how? – Uri Herrera Nov 10 '11 at 23:38
During install one recent version of CS wrote copy protection to the back of the boot area. It didn't interfere with the windows boot-loader, but it broke grub for some people. Here's a link presenting both sides of the story:… – RobotHumans Nov 12 '11 at 7:11
Well, 2004 isn't what i'd call recent and they seem to be talking about CS not CS3 or 5, i do have CS5 installed and didn't brake anything must have been something they used back then. – Uri Herrera Nov 12 '11 at 8:06

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