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lot markWhere Do I Find NOTES.INI On My Mac

If you try to find the notes.ini file on your Mac you will not find one. All application specific properties will be stored in a file called


"Notes Preferences"


in each users home directory. If your user eg is called Keith then navigate to




here you will find the file Notes Preferences which includes the same information and syntax as the notes.ini file.





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Ubuntu Kernel patched: solved bindsock issue on Domino servers

If you run a Domino, Sametime or Traveler server on Ubuntu than you might have recognized an issue during the last kernel releases that prevented to start http, ldap or any other task running a port smaller than 1024.

The Ubuntu kernel team solved that issue by implementing a workaround in the kernel because the main issue seems to be in bindsock library on domino side. Now we could run the up to date kernel release on Domino servers again.


Hopefully this workaround will not be removed in later kernel versions (again).


If you want to be informed follow:


Ubuntu Bug 1335478

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ws markPassworddecoder for WAS-Passwords

We frequently have the same problem on customer sides that we find WAS-installation (WebSphere Portal, IBM Connections, Sametime etc) and nobody remembers the passwords used for internal/ machine users.


If you look into config files you will find only the encrypted passwords.


Because of this you can decrypt your password using one of three methods.

  1. You can just search the web
  2. You can execute a long commandline on your server.

Examples for this with WAS Version 8

../java/bin/java -Djava.ext.dirs=/opt/WebSphere/AppServer/deploytool/itp/plugins/com.ibm.websphere.v8_1.0.201.v20111031_1843/wasJars/ -cp securityimpl.jar:iwsorb.jar com.ibm.ws.security.util.PasswordDecoder {xor}HQkdb2Y=


encoded password == "{xor}HQkdb2Y=", decoded password == "BVB09"


Same for version 7

WAS Version 7

../java/bin/java -Djava.ext.dirs=/app/websphere/appserver/deploytool/itp/plugins/com.ibm.websphere.v7_7.0.3.v20110824_2356/wasJars/ -cp securityimpl.jar:iwsorb.jar com.ibm.ws.security.util.PasswordDecoder {xor}HQkdb2Y=


encoded password == "{xor}HQkdb2Y=", decoded password == "BVB09"


The most diffcult thing for us is to remember the command and the syntax to execute. Well, we wrote a scipt.


Feel free to copy it to your homedirectory and execute it (at your own risk). The script will check for the correct path and gives you the decrypted password on the command line.


Download here...... 

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lot_markIBM Notes installation on Ubuntu 12.10 and 12.04 LTS

If you want to use the current LTS release 12.04 or the current release 12.10 it is highly recommended to use the 32-bit version of the operating system even if you have more than 4Gb of RAM installed on your pc.


If you really need to install a 64bit version of Ubuntu use the installation script from Mat Newman (very helpfull, Mat. Thanx for sharing it).


If you decided to use the 12.04 LTS version you should now use the ubuntu software center to install a different kernel. Best choice is a so called PAE-Kernel, which means that you still run a 32-bit operating system which aftwerwards will be able to use 36-bit of memory, which means up to 64Gb of Ram. This might be enough for your laptop ;-).


If you installed 12.10 there is no need to install a different kernel because the generic kernel already has enabled the PAE-feature.

The next step is just for 12.04 users.




After installing the new kernel and rebooting your machine check whether you have the right kernel up and running by typing to a shell


uname -r


which results in something like this:




On 12.10 you will just get something like



which is perfectly good enough for us.


After that you have to install some ubuntu libraries to meet all dependencies of IBM Notes. Do a


sudo apt-get install libgnomeprint2.2-0 libgnomeprintui2.2-0 libgnome2-0 libgnomeui-0 libgconf2-4 libgnome-desktop-2-17 libjpeg62 libxss1 ttf-xfree86-nonfree


That's it. After that you can start to install IBM Notes. Switch to the directory where the instalation files are located (eg a network device mounted at /media/install) and start the installation of IBM Notes there by typing


sudo ./smartupgrade.sh


This will install the current version of IBM Notes 9. After finishing the Installation start IBM Notes the first time to configure it correctly.

All components that are shiped will be installed. There is no realy need to install additional libraries to be able to work with IBM Notes on a 32-bit Version of Ubuntu Desktop.


After that, enjoy your IBM Notes client on Ubuntu.



And your PC has a lot of available memory.




If you want to see this as a video have a look at



or on SlideShare




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