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Domino to support CentOS

If Domino runs on CentOS, more companies can use Domino.

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  • Sep 11 2019
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    Guest commented
    11 Sep 12:06

    AFAIK, Domino 10 already have support for CentOS 7.something (I don't remember the exact version)

    Tinus Riyanto - Prisma Global Solusi

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    11 Sep 17:19

    Domino V10 will run on CentOS and I believe I tried installing it on OpenSuse and got an installer message saying it's not a supported platform.

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    12 Sep 21:31

    Domino 10 already has CentOS Support!
    Starting from CentOS 7.4 (because this is the version HCL uses as the build platform)

    See the following technote --> https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/description-red-hat-binary-compatibility-support-domino-v10-running-centos

    You should not try to run Domino on any Linux that is not supported!
    OpenSuSE isn't a stable enterprise like platform, that HCL can support.

    And this is also true for my Domino Start Scripts.

    I have supported CentOS for a long time because it is source code compatible with RHEL.
    And we tried to get it supported by IBM/HCL for a long time :-)

    [ Daniel Nashed / http://blog.nashcom.de ]