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Admin and designer for linux or mac os x

time to have an option using notes Admin or Designer on Linux or Mac os, 

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  • Jul 16 2018
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    July 17, 2018 13:32

    Probably it's time to get platform independent and create both as web applications.

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    August 11, 2018 06:28

    Linux Notes client got no updates since FP7, so Client, Admin and Designer please.

    In my eyes Client and Designer would be fine. Admin could be a webservice. 

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    August 15, 2018 18:03
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    August 28, 2018 23:32

    We are a Notes/Domino customer in the media/art environment. We use mostly Mac workstations, and have our utility workstations either Mac or Linux. I'm the only Mac user left running VMware Fusion for my various MS Windows only programs. Having two less to need Fusion would be great. Ideally, I'd want the clients to be separate, allowing my admin client to use my "admin id" instead of my regular "user id". I am very okay if my admin client is web-based. Most of my other open-source servers are web-based managed. To have Domino be managed from the web client would not be foreign. I haven't used the existing Web-admin client though, because it's too limiting, and hasn't been updated for modern security w/o Java (just JavaScript)