I don't have any good news for you on this...
One of our customers was running Domino on Linux. It was a miserable
experience. Domino was highly unstable and crashed constantly.
Eventually, we ended up moving to an Open Source solution which has worked
out really well, unfortunately, it doesn't sound like that's an option for
> Hi All,
>> We are currently in the process of upgrading our Lotus Domino servers
> globally. One possibility that we are looking at is the possibility of
> running Domino on Linux. There are currently no plans to replace
> Domino in our enterprise since there are a lot of mission critical
> apps running on it.
>> Since Domino is an IBM product I would assume that the recommended
> distributions would be either SuSE/Novell Linux or RedHat. Currently
> RedHat is our corporate choice. However I was wondering is there any
> one out there who is or was running Domino on Linux and what is their
> opinion of it or is there anything to be aware of? Specifically we
> will be running Domino 5.0.8
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