I've been a bit busy at work and didn't notice this thread until Paul sent me an e-mail.
Both 230/400V with a grounded neutral and 230V ungrounded are in use in Norway. The latter is the old system, but still very common. Expect two or three fuses per circuit.
It doesn't matter to the light fixtures how you wire them, as long as you connect the grounding conductor right.
Don't be surprised if there are only two wires, it is perfectly normal in Scandinavia. No longer legal, but it will take ages before it is phased out.
Kenny is right about the wiring on the outside of walls. In Scandinavia, fishing is something you do in the sea, not in walls.
Only wires installed when the house was built will be in the walls.