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    can u guys add to the download section, native XEN and VMWARE images?

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    Since we don't recommend running Untangle in a VM, it would be a little contradictory to do so wouldn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrunkel View Post
    Since we don't recommend running Untangle in a VM, it would be a little contradictory to do so wouldn't it?
    With 4 vCPU (X5650) and 2GB, Untangle boots in less than 50 seconds, so fast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrunkel View Post
    Since we don't recommend running Untangle in a VM, it would be a little contradictory to do so wouldn't it?
    why not?

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    Why not?


    Because they don't support it, maybe?
    Last edited by Jockey; 06-06-2011 at 01:31 AM.

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    Default What datastore to use

    I am thinking about installing the OVF on a usbstick and then allocating a big chunk (maybe 2GB will suffice?) of RAM to the vm. The theory being is that it would be completely loaded to memory and would not require much HDD (write) access. Is this theory worth testing? I would be using it on a 3 user LAN, route mode.

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