Your Guide to Domino V10.0.1 Part Numbers

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On December 18, IBM shipped V10.0.1 of IBM Notes & Domino. This ‘dot’ release includes a number of important improvements, such as:

  • IBM Notes Client V10.0.1 now includes Panagenda MarvelClient
  • IBM Notes Client V10.0.1 for Mac, including an embedded IBM JVM which is important due to FAQ on Oracle Java Licensing
  • IBM Domino AppDev Pack 1.0 is released (eGA) and no longer in beta
  • IBM Verse 1.0.6, which can now import *.ics files

Here are the part numbers that you need in order to download from Passport Advantage. Please make sure to first log into Passport Advantage before clicking the part # link.

IBM Notes Client (English-only)

Type Operating System Description Part #
Basic Windows IBM Notes 10.0.1 Basic Configuration for Windows English CNXK5EN
Standard Windows IBM Notes 10.0.1 for Windows English CNXK6EN
Standard MacOSX IBM Notes 10.0.1 Mac 64 bit English CNXK7EN
All Client Windows IBM Notes, Domino Designer and Admin 10.0.1 for Windows English CNXL1EN
ICAA Windows IBM Client Application Access 2.0.1 Windows English CNXL0EN
ICAA MacOSX IBM Client Application Access 2.0.1 Mac English CNY0HEN


IBM Domino Server (English-only)

Operating System Description Part #
Windows IBM Domino 10.0.1 64 bit for Windows English CNXL7EN
AIX IBM Domino 10.0.1 64 bit for AIX English CNXL8EN
Linux IBM Domino 10.0.1 64 bit for Linux English CNXL9EN


IBM Verse 1.0.6

Operating System Description Part #
Multiplatform IBM Verse On-Premises V1.0.6 for Domino 9.0.1 Multiplatform Multilingual CNYC6ML


IBM Domino AppDev Pack

Operating System Description Part #
Linux IBM Domino AppDev Pack 1.0 Linux English CNXJ9EN


IBM Traveler Server

For more details see list of IBM Traveler fixes by release.

Operating System Description Part #
Windows Traveler Server 10.0.1.0 for Win Fix Central
IBM i Traveler Server 10.0.1.0 for IBMi Fix Central
Linux Traveler Server 10.0.1.0 for Linux Fix Central


IBM Domino Community Client & Server (English-only)

Free of charge for non-production environments. Get started now.

Type Operating System Description Size Part # Download
Client Windows IBM Notes Community Client for Non-Production 10.0.1 Windows English
IBMNotesDesignerAdminCommunityClientforNonProduction10.0.1Windows.exe
1 GB CNY0UEN Start HERE
Server Windows IBM Domino Community Server for Non-Production 10.0.1 Windows English
IBMDominoCommunityServerforNonProduction10.0.1Windows.exe
665 MB CNXK0EN Start HERE
Server Linux IBM Domino Community Server for Non-Production 10.0.1 Linux English
IBMDominoCommunityServerforNonProduction10.0.1Linux.tar
791 MB CNXK1EN Start HERE


IBM XWork Server (English-only)

Operating System Description Part #
Windows IBM XWork Server V10.0.1 64 bit for Windows CNXM1EN
AIX IBM XWork Server V10.0.1 64 bit for AIX CNXM2EN
Linux IBM XWork Server V10.0.1 64 bit for Linux CNXM3EN


References:

Offering Manager and Certified IT Architect, IBM Collaboration and Talent Solutions

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