1) I have a linux workstation Ubuntu 10.04.3 in the enterprise environment
2) I am installing the Lotus Notes 8.5.2 on this Ubuntu workstation (This lotus notes has service pack 3 which is called "lotus_notes852FP3_LinuxUb
3) I am used to with Microsoft environment (but NOT the Linux environment)
- At Microsoft Environment ...
- Say it that I have installed Windows XP operating system
- I have a file of the service pack of the Windows XP which is called SP3; to execute this service pack (SP3), I just double-click that SP3......and finally, i will get the Windows XP with SP3
4) I have put the file of Lotus Notes 8.5.2 at the Desktop of this Ubuntu Workstation which is called " ibm-lotus-notes-8.5.2.i586
5) I also put the Service pack of this lotus notes 8.5.2 (at the Desktop) which is called " ibm-lotus-notes-fixpack-8.
6) To install the Lotus notes 8.5.2, my reference is this link --> http://blog.turabdin.nl/2010/08/install-ibm-lotus-notes-8-5-2-on-ubuntu-10-04-64-bits/
7) Per this link: the 2nd steps are -->
First Install the dependencies: --> ....... etc
After that install the DEBs with -force-architecture switch. No need to force everything
So I have to do this command: " sudo dpkg -i --force-architecture ibm-lotus-notes-8.5.2.i586
8) To install the lotus notes 8.5.2, I follow the direction of one of EE's expert as the followings:
sudo dpkg -i --force-architecture Desktop/ibm-lotus-notes-8.
eb (and it works successfully)
9) I want to install the Service Pack 3 of the above lotus notes (" ibm-lotus-notes-fixpack-8.
- How should I do it?
- Should I follow the above formulation --> sudo dpkg -i --force-architecture Desktop/ibm-lotus-notes-fi
-or other options? (If yes, let me the options from the experts please)
- Per my feeling, there must be at least an option where the above lotus notes will be combined with its service pack without executing the above formula, isnt it?