Please tell me how to configure and install citrix client.
Detail procedure searched on Google not able to find any document on 11.10
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Ironically in the last days I wrote an installation guide (using Citrix receiver), here are my steps:
How to connect
My workstation is a 64-bit, unfortunately I hadn't had much opportunity to improve the 32-bit configuration steps. In fact I just posted a question on askubuntu regarding compositing: Citrix Client on Ubuntu has focus problems
The XenClient works like a live CD. You burn the .ISO image you downloaded from the site to a CD/DVD, boot the computer from it and follow the instructions.
If you're using Ubuntu 11.10, I suggest you do it virtually via Virtualbox. That way you preserve your settings.
The instructions on the download page are sufficient. Here:
Thank you for your interest in trying Citrix XenClient. To get started with the evaluation software right away, please take the following steps:
Step 1 - Prerequisites
Please ensure that your laptop/desktop meets the technical specifications and hardware compatibility list (HCL) for running XenClient on it.
If you intend to manage multiple XenClient computers with the Synchronizer for XenClient, you will need to have a server system running XenServer 5.6 or higher. The Synchronizer for XenClient is provided as a Xen Virtual Appliance (XVA) file, which can be imported into XenServer. If you do not already have XenServer in your environment, you will need to install XenServer onto a physical server to host your Synchronizer. You can download XenServer Free.
Step 2 - Software Downloads
Download the XenClient file in the Download section above. Burn the ISO image onto an optical media.
Boot up the computer with the optical media and follow the instructions to install XenClient.
Note: Back up all data on the computer prior to installing XenClient. XenClient installs on the computer directly and erases any existing software that was installed previously.
Step 3 - Configuration & Support
icaclient-12.1.0_i386.deb) with Ubuntu Software Center (Nautilus, open with USC).
sudo apt-get install libmotif4
Add Mozilla's certificates to Citrix ...
sudo ln -s /usr/share/ca-certificates/mozilla/* /opt/Citrix/ICAClient/keystore/cacerts
Open Firefox and open the url for the VPN. Username, password, password from the key and I could connect.