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Add as supported Linux platform Debian/Ubuntu LTS

  • Guest
  • Sep 28 2018
  • No Plans to Implement
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  • Guest commented
    13 Aug, 2020 08:15am

    Yes, this should be supported!

  • Guest commented
    14 Jan, 2020 01:44pm

    I agree with Ivan.
    IMHO, if Debian will be officially supported, all other "forks" of Debian (AstraLinix, UBUNTU, etc.) could be easier to make as a supported platform.

  • Guest commented
    11 Jan, 2020 08:05am

    Ivan Kuzmenkov, #hlcmasters:

    Thomas, we talk not about "all" distributions available but major Linux distribs which are core to other derivatives, any local country (Russia, China, Brasil and so forth) specific. I.e. support for Debian would make it easier to promote Domino for Ubuntu or AstraLinux

  • Guest commented
    21 Apr, 2019 07:44pm

      Server.Version.OS = Linux 4.4.0-143-generic #169-Ubuntu SMP T

  • Guest commented
    21 Apr, 2019 07:37pm


    I've found, Domino Applications on Cloud (DAC) using UBUNTU as Linux platform for Domino 10. (see attached screenshot). Thant means UBUNTU is OFICIALLY supported platform for Domino 10

  • Admin
    Thomas Hampel commented
    17 Nov, 2018 09:34pm

    As for the Domino Server the Linux OS support will remain as is. However, you can expect Domino to work on other Linux distributions as well but when it comes to support tickets you need to proof the problem also exists on a supported operating system. We simply can not test and certify all different distributions.