I have gone through the system requirements of sigma studio,seems that it can be installed only in windows 7/10.
But want to confirm whether sigmastudio tool also supports Linux platform ?
Since your query has elicited no official answer, here's my take: SigmaStudio depends heavily on something called Dot Net, a Microsoft product. Thus, it's not an easy port to Linux or for…
KJBob is correct. The Dot Net and other graphics utilities the program relies on is only on the Windows platform. Perhaps someday this will change but at this point it is not cross platform…
.NET has been ported on linux (https://www.mono-project.com/) long before this answer was written. What is blocking the release of a Linux version ?
From my short experience with the thing, probably embarrassment at the quality of the code within :P (see threads where a user identified bugs in the tcpip modules and even offered a fix, got platitudes in response and was basically ignored for years; also, attempts to run it in a virtualbox VM cause a hard lockup no matter the windows version)
More seriously, I managed to make it work with wine 7.0 and 7.8 after much head scratching (it needs a 64bit environment, dotnet 4.7.2 and gdiplus - winetricks is your friend); accessing things like USBi is probably out of the question, but it works well enough with TCP channels (either one of the mystery esp8266 / esp32 binaries found around these forums, or https://github.com/elagil/sigmadsp - it supports 1452, and will support 1701 once https://github.com/elagil/sigmadsp/pull/14 gets merged; there's also https://github.com/analogdevicesinc/sigma-tcp, but it doesn't work)