These are the steps I took to setup Citrix on a Linux machine.
- Requested remote access through my company administrator. Access was granted and was given a url. Let’s say the url washttps://walcitrix.yourcompanyname.com
2.Upon visiting the site I was prompted to download this package: linuxx86.tar.gz
3.Execrated the files via the Terminal:tar -zxvf linuxx86.tar.gz
- Followed the instructions, the package came with, and installed it successively
- Refreshedhttps://walcitrix.yourcompanyname.com and BAM!! I Wasn’t asked to download the package anymore.
- Upon entering my credentials and clicking on the Remote Desktop icon I was asked to open launch.ica. I opened it with wfica which is in: /user/lib/ICAClient (Step 4) and BAM! It Worked!!!
- You might not, but I came across this problem. Upon connecting theCitrix Server I was getting this error message:
SSL Error61: You have not chosen to trust “Cybertrust SureServer standard Validation CA”, the issuer of the server’s security certificate.”
Don’t waste time on looking for this .cer file on the internet. You won’t find it! I had my company administrator send it to me, after which I typed these two commands in the terminal:
- cp cyber.cer /usr/lib/ICAClient/keystore/cacerts
- cyber.cer /usr/share/ca-certificates/mozilla
And guess what… BAAAAM! It worked!
- Enjoy working from home