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The Notes client installation succeeded and the Domino client started as expected but there were no Domino folder ( i.e. /opt/lotus/domino/7.0.4/etc) and no Domino icon ( i.e. /opt/lotus/domino/7.0.4/etc/domino). We successfully used notesclient to open a Notes.ini file on the Linux system. The Notes.ini file was located under /opt/lotus/notes/60000/linux/etc/notes/domino/config.ini.
We also had to fix the error that we were seeing during Domino 6 testing where Domino was getting stuck in the note with the status bar saying, “Loading Notes”. We did this by rebuilding the Notes.jar file in /opt/lotus/domino/7.0.4/lib.
But when we ran the Domino installation wizard, there was a “Notes Installation Error” which we got. We also got errors for “Notes installation is not completed” and “Domino Installation not completed” in the Domino log file.
There is a major problem in Notes 6.2 and 7.0.x that prevents users from installing the dctest client application. However, the 64-bit Notes clients do not have this problem. This problem is not connected with the migration from 6.2 to 6.x or 7.x clients. There are two places that this problem occurs:
It appears that this is the same problem that Migrate Notes 6.x to 7.x from the trial version which was reported to IBM in Jan 2013. Attempts to upgrade were made using available trial versions, but had no success. It appears that the library location has changed since the version 7.x trial version was last offered. The Release Notes for the 7.x trial version made no mention of the location of the Notes client as having changed. At least not from the path:
This is surprising to me because I had the chance to upgrade to the 7.x trial version for a brief period of time. I also did run a domino 6.2 32-bit client application on a 64-bit Windows XP machine with 8 GB of RAM. It ran without error.
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