how to install domino server on suse linux

Hi Dear Experts,

i want to install lotus domino server with domino Active directory and domino mail server on suse enterprise(trial) linux.

Please give a step guiede or suggestions ,i need really good Help before starting from you .I just want to learn correct from beginning.

what i have?
esxi server installed
suse ent trial installed (no functions yet)
windows 2012 installed (only file server)
windows 7 pro installed (i want as a client after domino mail and AD testen)

Thanks
apollo-13Asked:
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gheistCommented:
There is no lotus notes active directory integration on linux.
apollo-13Author Commented:
ok. How my windows 7 client login the my local domain?
apollo-13Author Commented:
Sorry. i mean my lotus domino local.
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gheistCommented:
Make a new server connection.
apollo-13Author Commented:
AH! ok ,domino has own directory services LDAP.

is that mean that do not need to install Linux LDAP or Windows DC?
Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
The Notes login can be completely separate from your workstation login (but there are ways to enable Single Sign On). The Notes client has to know where the server is, either by the full IP-address or a fully qualified host name, through the DNS.

You can install Domino LDAP if you want to, but Notes doesn't need it.
Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
A detailed description of how to install Domino on a Linux system would take me a few days to write. Luckily, IBM wrote one for you (and me) that is very complete: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSKTXQ_8.5.0/com.ibm.help.sametime.v85.doc/install/st_inst_installingdominoonaixlinuxorsolaris_t.html?lang=en

Please don't hesitate to come back if you have more (detailed) questions. There are some pitfalls when installing Domino, but most of it is pretty standard (on Linux anyway) and you should have a Domino server running withing 30 minutes.

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apollo-13Author Commented:
Hi Bosman
Thank you so much for your explanation.

Can i say that domino server user uses domino client software which is their computer installed ?

Because if i think about Windows network ,of course client must be firts login AD.
apollo-13Author Commented:
if you have domino network ,how your windows 7 client connect mail server or login the syystem?
gheistCommented:
Client is called "IBM lotus notes 8"
You just make a new server connection pointing to IP of running domino server.
apollo-13Author Commented:
can i download somewhere lotus domino server version 7.0.2 ?
gheistCommented:
That is part of passport advantage. i.e paid IBM support subscription.
apollo-13Author Commented:
ah ok i see. the v7 reason is  one of my friend know only v7 who wants help me
Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
> Can i say that domino server user uses domino client software which is their computer installed ?
Yes you can, it is a true client/server environment, where clients communicate with servers and servers can communicate with other servers (but clients never with other clients directly).

The current (and downloadable) release is R9.0.1 for Domino (server) and Notes (client), and I think Fix Pack 4 is available (FP4). Installing it should be no problem for your friend, because the installation procedure has hardly changed. Much of the R7 system can still be found in R9, but he'll be surprised with the improvements made since R7. By the way, R7 went out of support 1659 days ago (according to http://www.wissel.net/ ),  

If you want to know more about the history of Notes, please read https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IBM_Notes
Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
If you want to download trial versions of Notes and Domino, you could start here: https://www-01.ibm.com/marketing/iwm/tnd/brand.jsp?b=Lotus
apollo-13Author Commented:
Thanks you both mates!
super infos for me!
apollo-13Author Commented:
thanks again
Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
You're welcome :-)
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