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    Default Re: I am being beaten up hard. Help! (CITRIX)

    Have you tried it with your firewall disabled and have you checked to make sure the port you need is open.
    The problem I have is my router will not let it pass and I have tried a lot to get pass it.
    The only way to get it to work on my end is lose the router and plug straight in to the modem.

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    Default Re: I am being beaten up hard. Help! (CITRIX)

    weverjames wrote:

    > -I changed gnashplayer to 32 bits (after unsuccesfully trying with the
    > default 64 bits)
    > -I copied the certificates of my company webpage to to
    > usr/lic/ICAclient/keystore/Cacerts with the native crt extension.
    > -I installed the citrix plugin after the previous steps.
    >


    I am not a citrix guru, I just saw that you use the gnashplayer (and assume
    you use it because your citrix client needs flash? and you mention it in the
    same post)
    Gnash is not that mature (I tried it several times but it works not well for
    me).
    You can try to use the flashplayer plugin (I wonder if it is not installed
    by default for you since it is one of the first things the system recommends
    to install after the first boot).
    Go into yast uninstall gnash and search for flashplayer.
    Restart your firefox afterwards (or log out from your desktop session and
    login again).

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    I wish somebody could help. I even looked for local expertise in craiglist. This is so important for me to get access to my company Citrix portal, than I would pay to have the job done. However there is no that kind of service for linux in my area.
    This render my system semifunctional, only useful for checking emails and internet browsing. Thats pity considering that I like opensuse more than windows.
    Any advice guys?

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    weverjames wrote:

    >
    > I wish somebody could help. I even looked for local expertise in
    > craiglist. This is so important for me to get access to my company
    > Citrix portal, than I would pay to have the job done. However there is
    > no that kind of service for linux in my area.
    > This render my system semifunctional, only useful for checking emails
    > and internet browsing. Thats pity considering that I like opensuse more
    > than windows.
    > Any advice guys?
    >
    >

    Did you try to ask also in some citrix forum (I have no idea if something
    like that exists)?
    It seems we have not so many (if at all) citrix users here. Maybe at a
    citrix forum you will find some people who mangaed to work with the browser
    plugin from linux.
    I know this sounds like "unconditional surrender" but I would give it a try.

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    I posted in citrix forum. no answers. Thanks anyway

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    weverjames wrote:

    > I posted in citrix forum. no answers. Thanks anyway
    >

    I guess my suggestion to change gnash to the proprietary flashplayer did not
    help?
    The only thing I can do is to ask on monday in the company (I remember we
    had a citrix for testing which was accessed somehow with the browser 2 years
    ago, I do not know the technical details, maybe the person who made this has
    an idea what might be needed for linux). But I cannot ask him earlier.


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    Yes, I uninstalled gnash and installed adobe flash player. did not work.
    Thanks for following up. I will follow this thread in case you post any suggestions/solutions to this problem.
    Thanks all of you for your time.

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    Default Re: I am being beaten up hard. Help! (CITRIX)

    First of all, here's some good news: I've been using openSUSE to connect to many different Citrix gateways without problems, so I *think* we can figure this out. In my line of business, I sometimes need to connect to 2-3 different customer's Citrix sites in a single day and it all works.

    OK - let's start at the beginning, your original post seems to have all the right steps, but let's check some versions. My install version of the ICAClient is:

    Code:
    ~> rpm -q ICAClient
    ICAClient-11.100-1.i386
    -going to View (in citrix receiver), click in Citrix XenApp view. I will ask me to put the url. I entered the url (the web address of my company server) but I got the message: "Citrix Xen App can not update the configuration information......"
    I'm not following this step at all. After you've installed the Citrix client, you will need to tell Firefox to run the /usr/lib/ICAClient/wfica.sh application whenever a .ica file is downloaded. To do this, you click on the link in the Citrix Web page that opens one of your company's application. Firefox then asks you if you want to run or download it, click Open With and navigate to /usr/lib/ICAClient/wfica.sh. This will launch the Citrix application right there. You can tick the box for "Always open" and Firefox will automatically open the Citrix app whenever you click on the link.
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    Default Re: I am being beaten up hard. Help! (CITRIX)

    On Tue, 10 Aug 2010 15:06:02 GMT, weverjames
    <weverjames@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

    >
    >I have been trying to get access to my company server using opensuse.
    >For that I need to have citrix access gateway working. My company has a
    >webpage and within it a link for employee access. After putting my
    >username and password it will start open an Citrix Access Gateway window
    >but it won't load the applications I need. I just show in that area the
    >message: "the page isn't redirecting properly". Note that it opens and
    >works well in windows 7.
    >What I have done:
    >-downloaded the citrix plugin for linux RPM
    >-I downloaded and installed openmotif 32 bits (the citrix plugin is 32
    >bits)
    >-I changed gnashplayer to 32 bits (after unsuccesfully trying with the
    >default 64 bits)
    >-I copied the certificates of my company webpage to to
    >usr/lic/ICAclient/keystore/Cacerts with the native crt extension.
    >-I installed the citrix plugin after the previous steps.
    >
    >I am not sure if I skipped something or I have to further configurate
    >the citrix receiver. I tried doing so:
    >-going to View (in citrix receiver), click in Citrix XenApp view. I
    >will ask me to put the url. I entered the url (the web address of my
    >company server) but I got the message: "Citrix Xen App can not update
    >the configuration information......"
    >
    >Please help. I do not have more ideas about what to do.


    In spite of this thread being so old, i think that the 32/64 issue
    will be ugly for some time. If you have a 64 bit box be sure to
    incude the 32 bit execution environment _AT INSTALL_TIME_. It solves
    / prevents so many problems.

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    Default Re: I am being beaten up hard. Help! (CITRIX)

    the problem is that the menu with the applications is never loaded. It just said in the page:

    The page isn't redirecting properly
    Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete.
    * This problem can sometimes be caused by disabling or refusing to accept
    cookies..
    I do not what the problems are. Cookies are enabled.

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