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QubeQuorner: Review: Lotus Domino Administration in a Nutshell

Sep 02, 2000, 14:36 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Luke Tymowski)

[ Thanks to Luke Tymowski for this link. ]

"Until now it was easier to fit a herd of camels through the eye of a needle than find a good Domino book. Greg Neilson has done Domino administrators a service, putting together an excellent book, one which deserves to be on every Domino administrator's desk."

"While most people these days tend to run Domino on NT, a Unix version has long been available, and last year Lotus released their Linux version. You can therefore run Domino on a RaQ3 or RaQ4, which use Intel-compatible CPUs, but you cannot run Domino on a Qube, which uses a MIPS CPU. The Domino adminstration tools, however, run only under NT (or Win9x or WinME), unless you get them running under Linux with the help of Wine."

"My two favourite chapters are Chapter 13, which lists the server tasks and console commands, and Chapter 14, which describes in glorious detail the Notes.ini file. There is a three page appendix on running Domino under Linux. It's worth reading before trying to install Domino on Linux, but it's obviously not going to be of much help on a Sunday evening when you're stuck at the office..."

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