Lotus Notes 6

Michael Loose m.loose at arcor.de
Mon Apr 28 11:13:19 CDT 2003

Below is what  Duane Clark  replied  to a post of me concerning the same
Haven't had the time to verify if it works this way yet, maybe you give
it a try.

Michael Loose wrote:

> Hi at all,
> Im currently trying to install a Demo Version of MainConcepts "EVE"
> After launching the installer, the Windows InstallShield  shows up, 
> appears to be fine, und exits after a few seconds
> with "1611 : Unable to extract the file (null)".
> Wine shows :
> err:module:get_registry_value Invalid load order module-type L"so", 
> ignored
> fixme:ntdll:NtOpenThreadToken 
> (0xfffffffe,0x00000004,0x00000001,0x407707e0): stub
> fixme:advapi:SetThreadToken ((nil), (nil)): stub (NT impl. only)
> fixme:ntdll:NtOpenProcessToken (0xffffffff,0x00000008,0x407707dc): stub
> fixme:ntdll:NtQueryInformationToken 
> (0xcafe,1,0x40770618,80,0x40770668): stub
> fixme:advapi:SetThreadToken ((nil), 0xcafe): stub (NT impl. only)
> err:module:get_registry_value Invalid load order module-type L"so", 
> ignored

You should edit the ~/.wine/config file and change
; default for all other dlls
"*" = "builtin, native, so"
or anything similar to
; default for all other dlls
"*" = "builtin, native"

The "so" format is no longer supported.

> fixme:cabinet:FDICreate (pfnalloc == ^0x402fc6, pfnfree == ^0x413d7e, 
> pfnopen == ^0x4030ae, pfnread == ^0x402fd1, pfnwrite == 
> ^0x40300e,            pfnclose ==^0x403054, pfnseek == ^0x40307b, 
> cpuType == 1, perf == ^0x4076ebf4): stub
> Wine exited with a successful status
> Any idea about that?

There are still a number of problems with cabinet.dll. If you can
install a win98 version and then in ~/.wine/config put
"cabinet"      = "native"

that might be enough to get it to work (though I did not download the
demo to try it).

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Gregor.Kovac at mikropis.si wrote:

>Has anyone successed in installing Lotus Notes 6 client on Wine. I have the
>latest release of wine installed and I get error:
>1611: Unable to extract the file (null).
>I've seen this reported on bugs.winehq.com, but there was not much activity
>attached to it.
>Any idea what the state of this is ?
>Best regards,
>     Kovi
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