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Old 15th January 2008, 03:19
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Default Citrix HowTo on Ubuntu 7.10

I currently use Ubuntu v7.10 and have a need to be able to connect remote via Citrix. The howto needs to include how to integrate Citrix into the GUI and FireFox so when you click a published app, the session gets launched (as it does in Windows).

Note: While Citrix itself is easy enough to install, the integration of Citrix into the GUI and/or FireFox isn't that straight forward. For instance, when I click a published app from Firefox, it tries to download the .ICA file. Our internal Citrix environment is setup so that if Java is installed on the local computer, it will use this to carryout the connection into Citrix. This works on Windows but Linux OS doesn't work. This will be a life saver for our growing Ubuntu users at work.


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