To develop for Linux seems like a better idea to me,
I agree that a sale could specifically fund development:
Here's why I agree with you.
If I recall correctly, Dr. J. said something to the effect that one of the reasons for developing Acc for Windows was to support brothers and sisters who couldn't afford high prices of Macs for Acc, especially in developing countries. The same rationale would apply to Linux. I also know that many in the developed world would jump to Linux if Acc ran in it.
As far as I can tell from the Logos forums, they won't be developing a Linux version, and no one has been successful in installing it in Linux. Acc would be doing a great service by offering a Linux and Android version, with the possibility of dual booting in an Android device.
Even if my sale idea isn't feasible, I think there are many who would support Acc in tangible ways to develop these platforms.
Hopefully there is a time for Acc in Linux, and a time for Acc in Android, followed by a time to dance, a time laugh, and a time to embrace.