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In my Company we use ICA client (Citrix Program Neig..) for Open some aplications. I have CentOS 5, but i still can't install a Client for this ¿Can you say me How-to?
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Note that you might need to install the OpenMotif libraries for the ICA Client. I don't know what the package name is in CentOS, look for something like "openmotif".
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The How-to from agaveblue its old, it refers to old named repositorys. I look in Citrix Web for download and i read that OpenMotif is required but i have troubbles for install it to. I will try again
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I'm sure that you can simply install it with your distribution's package manager - probably "yum" when you're using CentOS.

Try something like

yum install openmotif
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Thanks. I was installed OpenMotif directly this download all packages but it not functioning. When i used yum for OpenMotif and yum for ICaclientxxx.rpm it adds all dependences and OpenMotif and last I need to disable the signed packet policies and I'm using ICA Client in my work today. Thanks
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