Google and Citrix today announced the launch of a new version the Citrix Receiver for Chrome that both hope will bring more businesses to Google’s Chrome OS platform.
Receiver gives users access to their virtual apps and desktops through XenDesktop and XenApp from their smartphones, tablets, PCs and Macs.
I am using the Citrix Receiver in Windows 8, and on Windows XP on another PC. I often log into work from home and am unable to span the session to dual monitors like one can easily do when using "mstsc" (Remote Desktop) by using "mstsc /span". Can this be achieved with either setting options on the server (Citrix server) or on the machines the client (Citrix Receiver) is installed on?
I downloaded the Citrix receiver for Linux 13.0 (I'm running Ubuntu 13.10 64bits) from http://www.citrix.com/downloads/citrix-receiver/linux/receiver-for-linux....
I unpacked it using alien, but when I try to open the receiver from the command line (as explained in the documentation) by typing /opt/Citrix/ICAClient/selfservice it tells me "Command not found".
I am using the Citrix Receiver under OpenSuse 13.1. I made an system update this weekend and realized, that the Receiver does not start anymore, when I launch the shortcut on the according website, where I want to connect to.
I also tried to start the Citrix Receiver just by KLauncher, which did not work.
Does anyone use the Citrix Receiver app on their Note 10.1? I have to use it for work, and I was wondering if people were successful in using the S-pen to edit documents, etc. It seems like the S-pen is great for the native Samsung apps, but using it as an input method, especially in citrix where the keyboard takes up half the screen, making it really hard to scroll and such.
I wanted to provide info to the community in case anyone uses Citrix XenApp, and recently upgraded firefox only to find that Citrix XenApp doesn't work anymore. After logging in, you click an application and get a spinning wheel for a few seconds, then nothing.