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    Default [SOLVED] Best way to install on Gentoo

    I have a good server setup at the moment Postfix, SA, Asterisk and RoundCube webmail but would really like to use Zimbra. The server is a dual Opteron 275 with 2GB RAM.

    Obviously my server is already on a public IP and hostname, but I do have a couple of spare IP's so would it be best to use a Virtual Machine (which VM ?) or a chroot ?

    I guess using a VM would seperate it from my current setup a lot better ?

    All help greatfully received and appreciated.
    Last edited by uxbod; 07-17-2007 at 06:03 AM. Reason: Used a VM and Centos5

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    If I choose the CentOS route can I use the 64bit version of Zimbra ?

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