The default configuration should work for most environments.
For special requirements check the documentation for details.
You are in luck, just at the wrong place. Head over to Nash!Com’s Domino start script and follow the instructions there. There is no need to use this repository. Instructions are repeated below for your convenience
The project supports most Unix base environments including Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 WSL2
For details check supported run-time and build environments
Git is a very simple and convenient way to download from GitHub. The install command depends on the platform (SUSE: zypper, Ubuntu: apt). “yum” works for any Redhat/CentOS based distribution.
yum install git -y
Create a directory where to download Git projects and switch to it.
mkdir -p /local/github cd /local/github
git clone https://github.com/HCL-TECH-SOFTWARE/domino-container.git cd domino-container
Before starting the build process, the required HCL web-kits have to be available on the build machine or a remote download location - if configured.
See howto download software for details downloading software from Flexnet.
The Nash!Com Domino container script allows you to operate your server. It supports Docker and Podman run-time environments.
Clone the start script repository
cd .. git clone https://github.com/nashcom/domino-startscript.git cd domino-startscript ./install_dominoctl
The project provides a default configuration. Usually the default configuration should work for your environment. You might want to change the container name and other detailed settings.
Note: The container script by default uses
vi for editing. If you prefer a different editor like
mcedit export an environment variable specifying an installed editor of your choice. Tip: You can also add the variable to your bash profile.
Usually environment variables are used for setup. The following commands opens the environment file, configured for your container.
After specifying the configuration and setup correctly, start the container with the Domino container script.
To start a Domino live console, run the console command. The dominoctl script leverages and
exec command into the container. The long version of this command would be
dominoctl domino console.
All console commands can be executed via
domino. This command passes command line parameters to the
domino start script.