During a techtalk for Lotus business partners and IBMers yesterday, Domino product manager Rob Ingram was asked about the plan to support Domino on 64-bit Linux operating systems.  Rob pointed the audience to technote 1231920, published a couple of weeks ago, which says

Effective with Domino 7.0.1, the RHEL 4 Update 3 x86_64 distribution on EMT64/AMD64 hardware is now supported. RHEL 4 Update 2 x86_64 is also supported provided the user downloads and installs the gdb from Update 3.
Now, this is still not a native 64-bit version of Domino, which will be in beta by the time "Hannover" is available.  But it is still good news that Domino can run on a 64-bit Linux OS...just as it already can with iSeries, AIX, and Solaris; Windows 2003 x64 support is planned for Domino 7.0.2.

If you want to learn more about the techtalk, Chris Miller covered it in extensive detail.  Some cool stuff coming in the next version of Domino.

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