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TheRealDeal 06-25-2003 11:01 PM

Citrix Client under Mozilla

I've searched all over the forums and also the web to not much avail.

I am running Red Hat 9.0 and using Mozilla for my web browser. I have installed the Citrix Client for Linux. (ica_client630_linux.tar.gz). I install the client to the default location (/usr/lib/ICAClient), the last question is asks is 'Do you have Netscape installed?' if I choose no, it aborts installation. If I choose yes it installs the client.

Has anyone got the client working fine with Mozilla? Before and after the install I still get the option to 'Open file with...' and 'Save As'.

I would appreciate any help.

Thanks alot.


bbrewer 10-04-2003 03:31 PM

I recently got this to work myself. You need to perform two steps copy the plugin to your mozilla plugin direcoty and more that likely install a CA certficate to your system.

1. copy the file /usr/local/lib/netscape/plugins/ to /usr/lib/"your version of mozilla"/plugins directory.
*** don't copy to the generic mozilla directory it will not work !!

Test the plugin installation by accessing "Help" - About Plugins it should now list Citrix ICA client .

You can now test accessing your citrix site but chances are quite great that you will get an "Trust" error message because you do not trust the CA .

Please use the Citrix Web Site to reference document - CTX955678
This will detail how to fix this problem.

Hope this helps.

rottie 12-21-2005 09:22 AM

Thx for the mention of the document for certificate errors. Just what i needed.


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