Has anyone managed to get the Citrix receiver client (icaclient) working in Ubuntu?
The detailed guide on install and usage of Citrix Workspace app in Linux I have explained in my blog below which Tested in 20.04 LTS, 20.10, Fedora 32, Fedora 33
However, here is a summary of the steps.
Install Citrix Workspace App for Fedora, Red Hat, and Other .rpm based distributions
Download the below .rpm package for 64-bit systems. Go to the below link. Click on RPM Packages, then Red Hat Full Package (self-service support). Then click on Download file under “Citrix Workspace app for Linux (x86_64)”
Open the .rpm package via Software or any package manager for installation. All the dependencies should already be present in your current system.
Install Citrix Workspace App for Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and Other Debian based distributions
Download the below .deb package for 64-bit systems. Go to the below link. Click on Debian Packages, then Full Package (self service support). Then click on Download file under “Citrix Workspace app for Linux (x86_64)”
Open the .deb package via Software or any package manager for installation. All the dependencies should already be present in your current system.
After installation, you can visit your Citrix VM page and log in via browser. The .ICA file association would be taken care of by the installer.
How to install Citrix receiver on Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04
Go to the Citrix receiver for Linux download page and download the Debian full package. The filename will look like this:
Open and install the package using the Software Center or
How to add Google Chrome support
You can open Citrix receiver apps by clicking a link in your browser. You don't need an extension for that.
Just click on the app shortcut in Google Chrome and download the
.ica file. When it is downloaded, click the arrow next to the filename in the bottom bar of Chrome and choose "always open files of this type".
That's it! Next time you click on a Citrix app, it will be started automatically.
How to add firefox support
In Firefox, go to Tools -> Add-ons -> Plugins, and make sure the "Citrix Receiver for Linux" plugin is set to "Always Activate".
How to solve SSL error 61
This error happens because Citrix receiver doesn't trust enough certificates. You fix this by adding all the certificates Firefox trusts to Citrix. Just open a terminal and execute the following command.
sudo ln -s /usr/share/ca-certificates/mozilla/* /opt/Citrix/ICAClient/keystore/cacerts
They now provide a 64-bit version of the
.deb package. Unfortunately, the 64-bit package checks if the system is a 32-bit system. Obviously, the check fails.
I've modified the package to properly check for 64-bit system (and 32-bit actually for no reason really).
You can find my modified package here.
It was literally a one character change to
postinst. Hope this helps somebody.
Oh, please note that you will still need to copy or link to your
I made sure that I uninstalled the 64 bit package, and dpkg --force-architecture -i libmotif4*i386.deb so that I installed the 32 bit package,http://ftp.au.debian.org/debian/pool/non-free/o/openmotif/libmotif4_2.3.3-5_i386.deb, you can only have one or the other installed, not both at the same time as far as I know.
My Citrix receiver now functions. Regards,Tom.
(You will find getlibs in ppa:jcollins/jaminppa)
getlibs -w getlibs -w http://launchpadlibrarian.net/62541723/libmotif4_2.3.3-5ubuntu1_i386.deb/libmotif4_2.3.3-5_i386.deb sudo ln -s /usr/lib/libXm.so.4 /usr/lib32/libXm.so.4
The ICA client should now start normally:
# /usr/lib/ICAClient/wfcmgr -icaroot /usr/lib/ICAClient