Will you make a Linux / BSD / BeOS / other non-Windows version of your programs?

In short: We have plans for Mac versions of our Photoshop plugins, and our PHP scripts already work on Linux & BSD. We have no plans for other non-Windows operating systems.

Windows 95 / 98 / ME / 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 / 8

namesuppressed supports all of these platforms directly. We test our software directly on Windows 95a, 98SE, 2000, XP Professional, Vista (32-bit & 64-bit) and Windows 7 (32-bit & 64-bit). Although we don't do testing on Windows ME, it should also run all namesuppressed software without problems.

Mac OS X

Update: Mac support is on its way! For more details, please see our page about Mac versions.

iPhone / Android / WebOS / Blackberry

Nothing to announce at this time for any of these platforms.

FreeBSD / NetBSD / OpenBSD

namesuppressed WebScriber should work on BSD, and if you need assistance we'll try to help you as much as possible. However there are currently no plans for further BSD development.


There are no plans for Linux development at this time. While Ubuntu does catch our eye sometimes, we tend to prefer the BSD philosophy to the GPL, and most Linux users don't seem to want proprietary software - do they?

Although this website runs on Linux (and WebScriber does too), namesuppressed has no plans for native Linux development.


namesuppressed WebScriber is known to work on Solaris. We can try to help you run our PHP script software on Solaris, although we don't have a copy of Solaris ourselves. We do not plan to support Solaris directly.

Macintosh Classic (OS 6.x - 9.x)

Development for Macintosh Classic has now ceased and is no longer supported. Our last Macintosh Classic program was the free version of namesuppressed Autointerlace for MacOS 7.x machines.

BeOS / OpenBeOS / yellowTAB Zeta / Haiku

We used to run BeOS & Zeta here, and found it fast and very slick. But the userbase is so small, and the OS is now so out-of-date, it wouldn't be commercially viable to support it. We're no longer developing for BeOS or Zeta.

Palm OS Classic

Despite having a Palm Treo 650... the platform is outdated and most Palm customers will have moved on to the Palm Pre / iPhone / Android phones. There are no Palm Classic development plans.


We have a copy of OS/2 Warp, but we've never installed it. You might be able to get WebScriber to run on OS/2 using the latest PHP builds. We do not provide support for OS/2 though, and will not be developing software for it. However, I'm happy to work with anyone wanting to do a Kenny Translator port to OS/2.

See Also:

Is There A Mac Version Of Your Plugins?

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