"At Lotus, the plan is to port as many products over to Linux as
its customers demand. In December, the company got the ball rolling
by launching Domino for Linux. Domino is the company's enterprise
server platform for messaging, collaboration, and Internet and
"We've ported Domino over to Linux from the PC platform and it's
now a stable port within the Domino family," Jörg Knippschild,
senior technology consultant at Lotus Development, told me at the
recent CeBIT 2000 show...."
"According to Knippschilde, the decision to port Domino and
other products in the future is very much due to "IBM's strong
support of Linux. It's one of the driving forces in this
scenario. IBM has ported her relational database, DB2, to
Linux, and is going to have some other stuff on this platform."
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