I’ve recently wiped the hard drive of my laptop and upgraded to Ubuntu 9.04. The Linux desktop is a perfect place to do development and surf the net, but the corporate network is a Windows world and to access mail and other enterprise applications we use Citrix servers. Getting Citrix running on the new Ubuntu is easier than ever.
sudo apt-get install libmotif3 sudo ln -s /usr/lib/libXm.so.3.0.2 /usr/lib/libXm.so.4
download the most recent client from Citrix.
mv linuxx86-11.0.140395.tar.gz install_tmp cd install_tmp tar zxvf linuxx86-11.0.140395.tar.gz sudo ./setupwfc
After finishing the install remove the “install_tmp” directory.
From here on it’s a matter of configuring the Citrix Receiver to your specific environment.
In my case, I gad a backup of the old Ubuntu installation, and I fetched the “.ICAClient” directory from my home-folder and putting in the same place on the new installation and no configuration was even needed.