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confused about linux path for DM

I'm having trouble enderstanding Linux path for DM

I set this

GW system is stored on SYS1: ie. SYS1:gwsys
so Domain is SYS1:gwsys/gwdom
Post Ofice is SYS1:gwsys/gwpo
Library is SYS1:gwsys/lib

For Library storage area I set the linux path in consoleone to

note: can't save with no unc path in windows field so I put in
but consoleone on linux automatically converted this to

problem is when I try to create a document I get an c081 error

can anyone point me in the right direction - have I setup correctly ?
or is there some other issue

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Re: confused about linux path for DM


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