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Just a brief summary on how I got Lotus Notes to work on dual-boot WinXP/RH9: 1. Installed the ntfs driver using the RPM ntfs driver. 2. Mount winXP partition: 'mount ...
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    Louts Notes Running on Wine


    Just a brief summary on how I got Lotus Notes to work on dual-boot WinXP/RH9:

    1. Installed the ntfs driver using the RPM ntfs driver.
    2. Mount winXP partition: 'mount -t ntfs -r -o umask=0222 /dev/hda2'
    3. Install Wine.
    4. Run wine once as a user to create the virtual windows directory under your home dir ('#wine notepad')
    5. Copy Notes directory to $HOME/.wine/c/
    6. Change file permissions for the Notes directory to make it read-write-execute for your account.
    7. Start Notes: 'wine c:\\Notes\\notes.exe

    If it doen't work, run 'wine -debugmsg warn+all c:\\Notes\\notes.exe' to get detailed debugging info.

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    Thanks!

    Btw, why not send how you did it to frankscorner.org?

    Kriss

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