As you pointed out, the 8.0.2 Linux download specifies the x86 platform.

My initial goal was to run a couple virtual Windows servers on the Linux
partition on the i so I could evaluate Traveler and the BES. But VMWare
server does not run on Power Linux.

IBM does have a product call PowerVM Lx86, which will run on Power Linux
distributions and allow x86 software to run, but the install process is a
little daunting for this Linux newb. Something about loading Power
Linux(which I've done and is up and running), then loading PowerVM then
loading the x86 version of SLES.

Bob





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I take it that your hoping to find it in the area of

IBM Lotus Domino 8.0.2 Linux for x86 English(C1K3CEN) - View details
IBM Lotus Domino 8.0.2 Linux for zSeries English(C1K3DEN) - View details


Yes, I agree, I don't see it there on Passport Advantage either. I even
looked in previous versions.

See also:
http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg24020372

A little clarification would help.


Rob Berendt

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