Problem using Lotus Notes

marriaga at marriaga at
Wed Nov 27 08:59:41 CST 2002

Thanks for your answer, it´s my first time posting here.
The error is a dialog box with "illegal function call". I found out that
the key of the problem is, under Regional Settings, the way Windows writes
a.m. and p.m. (Windows shows a.m. and p.m. by default and I have to change
it to AM and PM to get this particular Notes Database). The question would
be: where can I change these parameters(a.m. to AM) in a way that Wine
realises of that change?
Under my Location there´s nothing similar to Regional Settings. The closest
is under File>Preferences>User, but still isn´t what I need.
I tried tzconfig, but the answer is "command not found". Under "locale"
everything´s fine.

Martín Arriaga
Grupo Arcor
marriaga at

                    "ezra daniel"                                                                             
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                    10:04 PM                                                                                  

You should explain your exact problem first, dont you think?

Anyway, to change regional settings under Lotus Notes you can change
settings in your location under Lotus Notes.

To change certain regional settings under Linux, tzconfig for time, locales

for language...


>From: marriaga at
>To: wine-users at
>Subject: Problem using Lotus Notes
>Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 12:37:31 -0300
>I´m running Mandrake 8.2 and installed Wine in a fake_windows directory. I
>could make Lotus Notes 507 work fine with most of its uses, but I´m having
>trouble with a specific application, which runs in Notes environment (a
>Notes database). The problem I have appears in Windows clients too, but in
>those cases it´s solved changing some parameters in Windows´s "Regional
>Settings". How can I make it work in Linux? I tried changing the same
>parameters in KDE Regional Settings, but I imagined it was useless, as
>doesn´t look there, does it?
>I hope somebody can help me.
>Sorry for what I´m doing (strikethrough: with) to Shakespeare´s
>Martín Arriaga
>marriaga at
>wine-users mailing list
>wine-users at

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