In the last time many developers had adopted Linux and MAC OS as their natural operating system to create programs.
Domino Designer is developed using Eclipse Platform, and as anyone knows Eclipse works in any operating system, Why doesn't Domino Designer work in the same way?
I want to program my applications in another platform than windows.
If the client could be translated to Linux, why not the Designer?
The developers want to decide the platform we use.
Traveler is a great product and I would wish it would run on a Domino Server on Linux.
That would give is a lot more options to run Traveler in customer and BP environments.
I am sure that I am not the only one who is in love with the technology and quickness of Ubuntu Server. It's lite and powerful. DB2 is supported on Ubuntu Server and I feel like Lotus should give Ubuntu Server a chance and support it. As a very stable ...
I guess everyone who installed Domino on Linux yet had to somehow generate init-scripts to run it as daemon. There are some options available to do this:
- using Daniel Nashed's scripts
- grabbing the one linked in some old redbook
- DIY writing
It would be nice ...
When can we expect an Admin Client for Linux?
I think the title says it all. While I can fudge the install and run Domino on Liux x64, I'd love to be able to get full x64 support and the "unlimited" RAM usage that was added to Windows and AIX 64 bit versions of Domino,
By porting Traveler to Linux we could run it on Lotus Foundations appliances. This would be a great sell into SMBs and would help keep those businesses on Domino once they grow out of the SMB space. Very small businesses can't afford to administer Domino or Traveler and need the ...
Simply add support to the Sametime client to run under the Ubuntu Linux distribution
There should be full support for the current Ubutnu LTS (10.04) and also for 64 bit versions of Linux. Everybody in our office is running Lotus Notes in virtual machines since everybody has 64 bit. So running Windows VMs for working around that lack of 64 bit support sucks. Symphony ...
Create a plugin for FUSE to access Quickr repositories as parts of Linux and Mac Os X filesystems.
The LDAP schema of the Domino Directory can be extended by adding additional fields and subforms to the design. It could be modified in such a way that it would contain all the necessary fields which are required for SAMBA to use it directly as its LDAP directory. Many SMBs ...
It would be great to see Foundations become a platform for ALL the Domino family of products, as this could certainly lead to the "one server to rule them all" model for small businesses. This would also really be a win against Sharepoint - as you can easily add Sharepoint ...
The book contains step-by-step instructions to setup a Linux environment that enables the user to do everything from Mail to calendar, writing letters, sending faxes, calculating and presenting the latest keynumbers, communicating with friends and colleagues and even ...
During the installation of sametime on linux the installer checks where the domino server resists and use this directory information for creationg symbolic links. The result is that links are pointing to somthing like /opt/ibm/lotus/notes/linux/080020/theLink.
This is bad because upgrading the domino server breaks this links and the sametimer ...
Symphony doesn’t support any OpenType fonts on Linux systems. Migrating OpenOffice 3.2 sources should solve this problem because OpenOffice also didn’t supported *.otf-fonts until version 3.2.
Some of my Lotus Domino 8 Servers and a 7.0.2 Webserver are running very well on Ubuntu (Debian) Linux. It is a very stable Operation System and it saves me from license costs.
BUT IBM doesn´t Support this OS. Only cost-intensive platforms are supported.
could we have Swiftfile for all Notes-Clients ?
For linux users (like me) it would be great to be able to search in Notes Databases also with Beagle, Strigi, Google...etc.
Ever wanted to develop your own extension managers on Linux. Want to be able to enhance the functionallity of the Adminostration Process by adding functions that are not included in the core product ( like ( removeGroupMember ). ...
Extending Lotus Notes to work as a window manager/desktop environment for GNU/Linux systems, replacing KDE, Gnome, XFce...; a similar feature is implemented as a plugin in Mozilla Firefox (pyrodesktop.org/).