"PC Week Labs tested a sneak preview of Domino Release 5 for
Linux that was made available last week."
"we have little doubt that this version of Domino will
significantly lower the cost of entry for companies that want to
explore groupware with Notes, as well as for Notes shops that want
to add redundant servers economically."
"Current versions of Domino require an expensive Sun Micro
systems Inc. server, which in many cases would be overkill for a
small to medium-size company. The other option, running Domino on
Windows NT, requires buying associated client-access licenses on
top of Notes licenses.
"Of course, no such operating system licenses are a factor with
Linux, and Domino for Linux's hardware requirements are a paltry
486-based PC and 64MB of RAM."
"The Linux version of Domino is so early that Lotus is not
even calling it a beta, but it was very stable in tests."
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