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+1 for GNU/Linux. But recently, I moved to GitKraken.

I can agree the ticket is solved:

https://alternativeto.net/software/sourcetree/

Move to Gitkraken

 

Or try GitExtensions for Mono, because they try to find a solution for Linux users, here Ubuntu:

https://github.com/gitextensions/gitextensions/wiki/How-To%3A-run-Git-Extensions-on-Linux

+1 for linux

 +100 users asking for Linux SourceTree

It's a great .NET application so it's probably got serious dependencies on win32.

Linux support would be appreciated, however there are plenty of quality FOSS git clients.

is this a joke? there's no linux port of SourceTree??

Yet, SourceTree for Mac is a thing

lots of git kraken advertisers here.

sadly this time I have to agree that these online product pushers have a point.

going to have to use it until source tree comes along with a port for linux.

after using gitkraken for a bit, i am sad to see its slow...

+100000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000010000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 for Linux version.

+1 for linux 

We want Linux!

it would be great to have Sourcetree on linux

GitKraken FTW

Except if you're using submodules...

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Hate to say, but I found a GitHub project that people seem to don't know about much yet:  https://github.com/gitextensions.  It's a .Net application written for Windows, but can run under Mono under Linux. Linux support seems to be unofficial, has the Win95 look on Linux, but to me is good enough as the feature set and interface resembles Soucetree. However I tried it on Mac and the UI is unfortunately blown up under Mono  I found myself running it side-by-side with Sourcetree on Windows too due to the minimized problem that appeared in SourceTree 3.0.

Yess plss. :D

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Very disappointing from Atlassian to be dismissing Linux users, knowing that a huge number of developers are on Linux.

For a company this size, and for the premium price people for their products on a per-user basis, it seems INSANE that they DON'T WISH to do a Linux version of SourceTree, knowing that many Open Source projects have provided decent Git clients on Linux and FOR FREE.

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So I created Atlassian account and Bitbucket and Google Console for.......???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Too bad.  Looks like I'll have to use GitKraken now.

22 pages of people asking for this ! +1

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it looks like Linux users discrimination :(

Using bitbucket and jira.  Can you please port sourcetree?

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+1 Ubuntu

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