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    Default Zimbra 64bit on Debian?

    Hi

    In our company, we decided to use debian for servers.
    For other OS exists a version of zimbra which runs on 64 bit. Are threre any plans to make a 64bit version for debian?
    thanks

    bict

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    Welcome to the forums

    Are you looking to run a 64 bit version of ZCS NE or FOSS ?

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    thanks for the greetings and the awnser
    I am looking to run ZCS FOSS.

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    You can probably shoehorn an ubuntu 64bit build onto debian 64bit, if you were really desperate/stubborn. Why not just run ubuntu 64bit or debian 32bit OS? Unless you're using large amounts of memory, you might even find 32bit debian runs faster.

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