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Cypionate 06-20-2004 03:53 PM

Installing Citrix ICA client
 
I'm new to linux and can't get this to run, I've tried the RPM version of ICAClient-8.0.01-i386.rpm and also linuxx86.tar.gz. Either way I try to open up the file with wfica.ad and it just sits there in mozilla and does nothing. It showed up under preferences but I'm completely lost. I've tried googling it 100000 billion times but nothing with Fedora core 2 info. Any help would be appreciated.

david_ross 06-20-2004 03:54 PM

When you say that it sits in mozilla - do you mean that it doesn't download? Try using wget.

Cypionate 06-20-2004 04:07 PM

no it downloads when i choose the application i want that my company hosts but nothing ever launches. I choose to open up terminal server app and it says open with and i choose Wfica.ad as the app to open it and it downloads but the terminal server app never opens on citrix. I wonder if it has anything to do with the way they publish the applications on the company side? I wouldn't know where else to test my citrix installation to open other web apps. I use it everyday in Windoze environment with ease but I've wasted pretty much 2 days on this with my Fedora and I'm losing faith lol I just want a way to be able to get to my stuff at work without using my XP machine.

david_ross 06-20-2004 04:15 PM

Does the wfica binary open up and let you add a new connection?

harley51 06-21-2004 07:32 PM

Citrus ISA
 
I'm working with my programmers at this point to see if our company will accept VPN and Citrus on a linux platform. I might have the answer in a few days.

harley51 06-24-2004 06:26 PM

Citrus
 
I've spoken with Nortel techs because I have to use nortel networks to access our servers then use citus to get to the server farm and nortel said do not use their software because it's only good for kernel 2.4 if you use it on kernel 2.6 it will crash your system in a few months they will have a new VPN connectivity client available.


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