Category: Lotus Domino

PHP Warning:  phpinfo(): It is not safe to rely on the system’s timezone settings. 2

PHP Warning: phpinfo(): It is not safe to rely on the system’s timezone settings.

Having set the PHP Engine running on Domino Server; Any/All request to access to some PHP files filling up my log.nsf of this type of entries and warning: PHP Warning:  phpinfo(): It is not...

Install/implement PHP on Domino Linux Server 0

Install/implement PHP on Domino Linux Server

I have been creating this article as follow up on the implementation of that same feature based on Windows. http://www.somethingsomewhere.net/?p=909 This one is on Linux. Once the PHP is currently implemented on the OS...

Domino server running PHP CGI /Install/implement PHP on Domino Windows Server 2

Domino server running PHP CGI /Install/implement PHP on Domino Windows Server

I have been looking the trick to run PHP engine into a Domino server; By default, Domino Server does not support PHP; However I am including the step by step instructions on how to...

Domino hiding SMTP header items 0

Domino hiding SMTP header items

I needed to hide server version and Domino information ‘leakage’ in MIME information, follow the steps below to hide this information. To hide the senders client information which is  Lotus Notes 6.5.3 as indicated...

Domino Server installation on Linux (Centos or Redhat) 0

Domino Server installation on Linux (Centos or Redhat)

I have been struggling a little, on the configuration steps until I figured that these steps could be done remotely from a Windows Machine. I have been taken Centos 5.7 x64 and Domino 8.5.1...

Error :”Please edit your shell’s DISPLAY environment variable…” launching Domino local server setup on Unix or Linux 0

Error :”Please edit your shell’s DISPLAY environment variable…” launching Domino local server setup on Unix or Linux

You have installed Domino on Linux and the following message appears while you attempt to start it.

Start Domino Server on Linux automatically at the boot up 0

Start Domino Server on Linux automatically at the boot up

You have installed Domino Server on your linux server’s machine and you wish to automatically start it as/when the machine is booting up.

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