I am trying to get Notes to run on Ubuntu 9.10 karmic x64 and haven't had any luck. I started off by following the steps from the following location [URL] This didn't work and I had the symptoms listed below. I then looked at the following guide and did all the steps that were not on the above link: [URL] However I still had the same issue. So the symptoms:
1) I don't see notes in the apps->office menu, but I am able to start it via:
2) I get the login window and am able to go through the setup (pointing to the notes id file, and my domino server etc). However at the end of it all, no GUI is displayed. Even though lnotes shows up in the running processes.
3) In the terminal window I get the following error:
I install Lotus Notes 8.0.1 on Karmic Ubuntu 9.10, the setup is successfully. However, the mail could not show correctly. the Home shows blank. The mail address could not show for each mail. And some html mail could not show at all.Below are the console output.
05/03/2010 03:42:49 PM Lotus Notes client started 2010/05/03 15:43:15.532 SEVERE err.csilabelprovider.fetchimage.exception ::class.method=com.ibm.rcp.csiviews.providers.CSIL abelProvider$1.run() ::thread=Worker-5 ::loggername=com.ibm.rcp.csiviews.providers.CSILab elProvider
I tried to install Lotus Notes 8.5.2 (deb package) on Ubuntu 11.04 64 bit. Unfortunately, Lotus is not able to complete the installation! I googled and I found a guide on IBM forum (but for 10.04 release) and on [URL], I installed required dependencies (ia32lib, all getlibs, ecc) but I am not able to continue the installation. I tried to install in different Ubuntu release. Here a summury:
- Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit: Lotus Notes and FP2 install and works fine - Ubuntu 11.04 32 bit: Lotus Notes and FP2 install and works fine (also in Unity environment) - Ubuntu 11.04 64 bit: Lotus Notes cannot install.
I use Windows XP and Ubuntu 10.04 using Dual Boot in my notebook, but the company that I work support just the Windows XP. I work with Lotus Notes on Windows and I wish read nsf file on Ubuntu. As long as I know I should by Lotus Notes license for linux.
I want a software just to read nsf file in order to can see my e-mails storeds. Anyone knows some program for read nsf file?
I am running Lotus Notes on top of openSuSE since 10.3 and version 7 of Lotus Notes. The last packages provided by IBM (8.5 and 8.5.1) provide a smooth and easy way of installing it through rpm packages. Some issues had appear and I solved them (or lived with ), but this time I did a full fresh install of 11.2 64bits. I then install the brand new packages of Notes 8.5.1 and had the following problem : The Notes GUI wasn't able to display some elements of the interface (i.e. small view of calendar, search bar, popups, Notes basic settings in the properties etc...). Searching by big blue, I found out a solution for Ubuntu that I customized for openSuSE 11.2 64bits.
Step one : Install Lotus Notes: Have a copy of the .tar package from IBM. untar it into a new directory. With YaST add the directory to the repositories Install all the packages provided (the ones with Symphony are really optional).
I tried to install Lotus Notes 8.5 client on my opensuse 11.2 machine, the installation process goes smoothly but i couldn't find any short cut to run the software !!! nor in the desktop neither in the Recently Installed sub menu !!
Despite the force parameter and instructions provided by IBM and despite what I've read in the press about a close collaboration between Ubuntu Symphony camps, this will not install. Oddly enough you can install 32-bit software under 64-bit OpenSuSE without a problem.
I need to migrate data from Lotus Notes (LN) to MySQL system. I googled around, but didn't find much information about it. The LN has an option to export data like Lotus 1-2-3, which allows you to open the data into excell, but nothing apparently to MySQL. I also opened the MySQLMigration-ToolKit. In the import DataBase System, it doesn't appear LN as an option of supported systems. We are trying to keep things using freeware and cross-platform, although sometimes providing final customer products that run on MS. There is any tool available around, or should we go and code the routines to read the tables from Lotus to MySQL using a programming language like C?
I'm installing Lotus Domino on Linux Server. Did anyone know how to reverse proxy for HTTP and POP3/IMAP on linux ? I've problem when try to open webmail from internet. I can't access webmail and POP3 from internet. Seems because connection from internet can't directly to Domino through Firewall. If using apache seems no problem with the webmail, but POP3 still can't access.
I am looking for a more up-to-date notes manager than NoteCase notes manager, I like the hierarchical(outliner type) but am open to suggestions.I would like to be able to export into a standard text format.I have tried BasKet Note pads quite nice but doesn't export into standard text.
I'm trying to delete all of my notes on the server. I've gone to "Notes" (along the top bar) and deleted them one by one. It now says, "You have 0 notes. Get setup!". Going back to "Dashboard", I see:
Files 0 bytes Contacts 0 Notes 6.
I'm deleting all these because when I connected to the server, it got confused and started downloading from the server when it was supposed to be uploading from my machine. That caused me a bit of panic, you might imagine. How can I make sure this doesn't happen again??
I would like to keep my Tomboy notes synced between my home computer and the LiveUSB I'm using at the classroom. I used to sync them to Ubuntu one back when I used Ubuntu, but now that I'm using Fedora their server doesn't seem to respond.Is there a way that I can sync the notes, either using Ubuntu one or any other solution?
After a prolonged absence, version 4.10, I have started dabbling with Ubuntu again. It was a HDD crashing that sent me down this path. Needless to say, the ability to backup my user data to a second HDD is an important task to me. I'm currently using Back in Time to accomplish this and all is well. However, there is one thing missing. I can't locate my Tomboy Notes data within the file system. I expected to see a "hidden" folder in my /home, but do not. Where this information is stored so I can back it up as well?
Is there a way to make Tomboy Notes startup in the background when Ubuntu is lunched? I added the command "tomboy --search" to startup applications and whenever Ubuntu starts, Tomboy Notes opens the [Search All Notes] window.
In the previous Ubuntu version, I used to use the Tomboy Notes applet from (Add to Panel) and it used to startup without opening any windows. This method still work on Ubuntu 10.04, but I liked the new icon for Tomboy Notes that appears in the status bar.