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Are we ever going to see the release of a 64bit VPN client. I understand that it is not high on the agenda. However I would really like to see some time dedicated to creating more linux clients starting with a VPN client. I understand that the 32bit works however I run the 64bit version of linux for the ability to use KVM which means that I often have to choose between vpn and desktop virtualization.

I have seen numerous request for a 64bit client, I would also like to note that since the release of 11.10 and 12.04 the old method of install 32bit libs is no longer a solution.

A response on a status or a like for compiling our own would be appreciated.

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I also want to know Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad

Ever since the changes in Ubuntu 11.10+ in the way it handles 32bit packages installed kerio-control on a 64bit version of Ubuntu BREAKS APT!!!!!!! Mad

You HAVE to uninstall kerio to actually use your package manager...

Where can we find out when this will be fixed??? When is the point in just supporting 32bit when the majority of ubuntu users will be using 64 bit???

I can only suggest finding software from another company that actually cares ... I asked about 6 months ago and I got no response.

Other VPN software also allows you to use the VPN connection as the default gateway where as kerio doesn't which is pretty bad...

[Updated on: Thu, 24 May 2012 17:56]

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