Citrix ICA Client
dmummery at accessit.co.uk
Tue Jan 3 15:43:07 UTC 2006
Thanks for the advice. I can now login to Nfuse and access published applications from Firefox.
I am still, however, unable to launch the ICAClient from either command line or the Gnome menu.
I have checked and found libXm.so.3 is installed in /usr/X11R6/lib
Still get the same error libXm.so.3 not available. I'm a bit confused as regards what to try next...
>On 1/3/06, David Mummery <dmummery at accessit.co.uk> wrote:
>> I've been trying to get the Citrix ICAClient to work on Breezy Badger.
>> Installed it from tarball, but when I try to launcn it from command line, I
>> get the error message: /usr/lib/ICAClient/wfcmgr: error while loading shared
>> libraries: libXm.so.3
>> Googling the problem suggests that I install libmotif3 - but I cannot find
>> libmotif3 so that I can install it.
>> Any ideas?
>> Thanks in advance.
>> David Mummery
>The Citrix website says their client requires "OpenMotif 2.2.x". I
>searched for "motif" using Synaptic and it came in under "libmotif3".
>The properties say it is in Libraries...(Multiverse).
>[I actually wrote this stuff below first...
>I've gotten the client to work on several different linux
>distributions, but I have never had a use for running it from the
>command line. If it's any use to you browser-based, this worked for
>*Download the latest linux client
>*Read the readme to find the setup script that you need to execute. I
>think I accepted all the defaults. Under Ubuntu, I installed it under
>my home directory so I didn't have to worry about permissions.
>*With Firefox or Mozilla pointed at the server, when it the program
>asks how to do handle the citrix software, point it to the file
>..install_path/ICAClient/wfica (not wfmgr).]
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