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The option is correctly set under preferences, but somehow Notes prepends the working directory (/opt/ibm/lotus/notes) in front of the URL before* calling the OS. Then the OS receives something that looks like a file (e.g. /opt/ibm/lotus/notes/http:/www.ibm.com) and decides to use the default file manager on it (which fails, as one might expect).
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All problems solved so far, but when starting with /opt/ibm/lotus/notes/notes-wrapper i get the error:/opt/ibm/lotus/notes/notes: error while loading shared libraries: libgnomeprint-2-2.so.0: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64
HiWhen I try to run Lotus Notes using the command /opt/ibm/lotus/notes/notes-wrapper, I get the following error:/opt/ibm/lotus/notes/notes: error while loading shared libraries: libgnomevfs-2.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
2) If I run without sudo: /opt/ibm/lotus/notes/notesThen I only get the first error message: /opt/ibm/lotus/notes/notes: error while loading shared libraries: libart_lgpl_2.so.2: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64Nothing else happens after that
Today i would be discussing about installing Lotus notes 8.5.3 using MSI technology. In my earlier posts i shared with you some knowledge about how to profile this application. Today i would be uncovering its MSI aspect.
The command line argument that i made use of for installing lotus notes was as follows SETMULTIUSER=1 MULTIUSERBASEDIR=!Userprofile!\Appdata\Roaming MULTIUSERCOMMONDIR=!SystemDrive!\Notes\common CITRIX=1 PRELOADNOTES=1From the variables, it would be clear by now , that i m setting MULTIUSER value to 1, multiuser directory to AppData\Roaming and its commondir to C:\Notes \Common. The property CITRIX=1 will make this application useful for citrix deployment too. property PRELOADNOTES=1 ,preloads a portion of the Notes APIs and subsystem, a portion of the Java JVM, and some NSF databases that are used immediately at the time of the Notes client startup
now when installing the lotus notes msi, you would also require the MST along with it. You can create with any tool of your choice, be it orca, installshield tuner, wise. As soon as you create mst, you need to make a change to feature table. Open the MSI and MST in orcaGo to Feature table. Look for a feature by the name of Preloader, change its install level to 1. Rest apply all the standards in the MST. If there is a need to install patch that comes along with the lotus notes, I would recommend to go for a silent install of the patch, because if you try installing the patch via an admin command prompt, it would present you with an error saying that the path of fix.ini is incorrect. This happens because the installer thinks that patch installation is being run from systemfolder location, whereas in actual it is not. Hence, its better to go for a silent install using the following command line
Hope this would help others in packaging lotus notes. Do let me know incase, anyone has some issues. I would be more than happy to help others, as this application took toll of my most nights
I had the same problem and adding the above command to notes preferences file did not help under LN 8.5.2. However after upgrading to lotus notes 8.5.3 the problem has gone away and I have not had any issues since with lotus notes.
I am doing trend analysis of data from lotus notes. I need to manually export data from lotus notes and import it into excel. Is there a way to automate this? I can even work with Access. I tried to create an agent and I do not have access to do so.