As part of the full support of Linux in the IBM family of products, Lotus domino/notes from R5.0.0 to provide a Linux based version. This article will take red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.0 as an example to introduce the installation and configuration of Lotus Domino/notes 6.0 on the Linux platform. Lotus Domino/notes 6 includes more than 1000 new and enhanced features, as well as improved messaging archiving, mail journaling, and spam control. In Lotus Domino/notes 6.0, Lotus has done a lot of technical improvements, one of the most important aspect is the support for Java EE. For example, in the area of data management and application integration, as long as the functionality provided by Domino is embedded in the system, users can get a more powerful solution. Lotus Domino/notes 6 supports open standards for active catalogs and XML.
First, the system requirements:
Hardware: CPU: Compatible with Intel X86 processor Pentium II 400, 64 Gigabit (128 MB recommended) memory, 700 megabytes of hard disk space, display memory 4 MB.
Software: Kernel version 2.2 or above (recommended more than 2.4), KDE more than 2.0 or Gnome 1.2, X Window System XFree86 above 3.6.x, desktop resolution of at least 640x480, desktop color at least 65,000 color (16 bits).
Second, install Java Virtual machine
Running the Lotus Domino/notes 6.0 environment is special, it needs to include the libjitc.so file in the Linux system Repository (/lib), which is actually a Java JIT compiler provided by IBM. You can use the following command to install:
Iii. creating an account for application software
Create users and user groups during the installation of Lotus Domino/notes 6.0, you are asked to specify a user name and user group. Here for the simple author to use notes for the user name of the user group name.
Four, install Lotus Domino/notes 6.0
1, with super User rights landing RHEL 4.0 Linux, loading optical drive. To execute the installation command:
The system will first appear in the main menu. Software installation is roughly divided into nine parts in an interactive environment.