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Installing on a Virtual Machine
Common problems with Virtual Machines:
* Not having enough RAM. Zimbra requires at least 512MB of RAM.
* Long start-up times can be caused by UTF strings in /etc/sysconfig/i18n.
It's recommended you edit /etc/sysconfig/i18n to remove the UTF strings.
In case that's not clear:
If you have a string in the file like this:
Change it to this:
* If, upon running ./install.sh you receive an error message during
the installation of the zibmra core RPM of ###ERROR###, then
chances are good that you do not have enough memory on your virtual