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IBM Lotus Symphony GA 1 on 64-bit Ubuntu 8.04 and 64-bit Debian.

Although the recent release of the IBM Lotus Symphony GA 1 (general availability 1) office productivity suite is not officially supported in Ubuntu 8.04 distributions, IBM Lotus has plans to do so in the near future.
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Although there are several ways currently available to hack an Symphony installation into x86-64 legacy 32-bit Ubuntu 8.04, for instance see my previous blog entry –where I installed Ubuntu 8.04 into an Sun MicroSystems Ultra 20 M2, AMD64 in legacy 32-bit mode, the problem is exacerbated in the 64-bit Ubuntu 8.04 operating system distribution due to the absence of the ia32 Suite.

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