Below is the reply I received from Creative Support in September last year:
Welcome to Creative Support Services; it is a pleasure to serve you.
Unfortunately, we do not provide support for the Linux operating system
as of yet. This is an issue we are seeking to address in the near
future. As such, we value your feedback in this matter. I have forwarded
this to the relevant department as well. Do be assured that you will be
informed if any drivers for Linux are developed. In the meantime, I
sincerely apologize for the inconvenience rendered to you due to the
lack of Linux drivers.
If you have any additional questions, comments or concerns, please
include them in your response and I will do my best to address them
promptly and accordingly.
Please retain all the previous correspondence when replying to this
Edit. An extract from one of my emails:
We are very disappointed that a driver is not available for PCLinuxOS.
Are you aware that you could be losing business by not supporting Linux?
Or do you have some kind of agreement with Microsoft to boycott Linux?
Linux is steadily growing in popularity and if your products are
incompatible with distros your competitors will benefit. Regards.