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How to install Citrix ICA client in Fedora Linux

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http://www.liberiangeek.net – This short tutorial will show you how to install Citrix ICA client on Fedora Linux machines and access your Citrix infrastructure. We all know how easy is it for Windows users. Installing Citrix ICA client on Windows is a piece of cake. Unlike Windows users, Linux users have to go through a lot of hoops to get this client installed.   If you have a Fedora distribution of Linux and you want to use it to connect to your company’s Citrix infrastructure, then continue with the installation below.   1) The first think you need to do is configure your Fedora environment for ICA client. There are some required packages that must be installed before you will be able to install ICA client.   Please run the following commands to install the required packages from the Terminal. yum update yum install libXaw-devel   2) Download OpenMotif package from here and install. Select a stable .rpm package to install. rpm -i OpenMotif-2.3.0-1.xxx.rpm   3) Download Citrix ICA client for Linux from here.         4) Un-tar the Citrix ICA Client for Fedora to install. I hope you selected the .tar.gz package option.   tar -xzvf linuxx86.tar.gz   5) Next go to the extracted folder and execute the installer file to begin the installation.   sh setupwfc Select a setup option: 1. Install Citrix Presentation Server Client 10.0 2. Remove Citrix Presentation Server Client 10.0 3. Quit Citrix Presentation Server Client 10.0 setup Enter option number 1-3 [1]: Enter [default /usr/lib/ICAClient] or type "quit" to abandon the installation: Should I use the name /usr/lib/ICAClient/ICAClient instead? [default y]: Enter Proceed with installation? [default n]:y 1. I accept 2. I do not accept Enter option number 1-2 [2]: 1 Found KDE or GNOME desktop entries from an earlier installation. Do you want these entries to point to the new installation? [default y]: y   Once done, press [3] to quit the installation.     6) Bring up your company’s Citrix Web Interface and try logging in.       That’s all to it. If your company’s SSL certificate is prompting that you need to install the root certificate of the SSL provider, then go to the provider’s site and download the root certificate and copy it in the directory as shown below. /usr/lib/ICAClient/keystore/cacerts (HowTos)